Samsung Galaxy M14 5G and Possible Galaxy F14 5G Listed on BIS Certification Website, Expected to Launch in India Soon –

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Samsung’s M series of smartphones has been a popular budget device from the South Korean company. And it looks like a new M-series device is set to appear in the Indian market soon. The Samsung Galaxy M14 5G was recently listed on Geekbench, which means we’ll be getting more information about the smartphone soon.

And now, the Samsung Galaxy M14 5G with the model number SM-M146B/DS has appeared on the certification website of the Bureau of Indian Standards along with another Samsung device which is possibly the Galaxy F14 5G with the model number SM. -E146B/DS. . These are just listings with the model numbers confirming that the devices might be launching in India soon, but they do not offer details on the features.

Samsung Galaxy M14 5G: Details

The previous Samsung Galaxy M14 5G listing on Geekbench revealed some key details about the smartphone. The successor to the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G will feature a Samsung Exynos s5e8535 SoC that could very well be the Exynos 1330 SoC, and it has yet to be released. Samsung is expected to officially announce details about the 5G SoC soon.

The Geekbench listing revealed that the chipset features two 2.4GHz cores and six 2.00GHz efficiency cores. This is paired with 4GB of RAM, but the company will possibly offer various RAM and storage options. .

The Geekbench listing has confirmed that the Galaxy M14 5G will run on Android 13 operating system out of the box with One UI 5.0 skin on top. The device scored 751 and 2051 in Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests.

As for the Samsung Galaxy F14 5G, it is expected to be an updated version of the Samsung Galaxy F13 that was launched in India in June this year. The Galaxy F13 packs an Exynos 850 processor and 4 GB of RAM with a Full HD+ display, a 50 MP camera setup, and a 6000 mAh battery. Therefore, we can expect the Galaxy F14 5G to come with an update on this.

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