[Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy A14 5G to come with the MediaTek Dimensity and Exynos Chipsets Google Play Console listing revealed

Samsung is planning to launch the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A14 5G smartphone with the MediaTek Dimensity chipset and also with the brand’s own Exynos chipset.

Here’s more about it.

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G Smartphone

It is now confirmed that Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G smartphone with MediaTek Dimensity and Exynos chipsets.

The smartphone has appeared on the Google Play Console from which the details regarding the chipsets used have been confirmed. If we go by the listing there are two model numbers one is SM-A146M which supports Exynos 1330 CPU while SM-A146P supports the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset.

SM-A146M SM-A146P


From the report, it is also clear that the smartphone is going to have the ARM Mali G57 GPU for the MediaTek Dimensity variant and the ARM Mali G68 GPU for the variant with the Exynos chipset.

The device will also be having a 6.6″ PLS LCD display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2408 pixels.

Other Specifications of the Upcoming Samsung Galaxy A14 5G Smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G smartphone will arrive with the latest Android 13 operating system. The smartphone will also have two RAM variants – 4GB and 6GB and two internal storage variants – 64GB and 128 GB.

The upcoming smartphone will also support 5G network connectivity as well.

It will also feature a triple camera setup on its rear with a 50MP wide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth camera. The smartphone will also have a 13MP wide camera on the front for selfies.

The device will be equipped with a 5000 mAh battery which will support a fast charge of upto 15W.

It will also be available in three price ranges, with the base model starting at Rs. 16,499. The mid variant will have a price of Rs. 19,499 and the top variant will be priced at Rs. 21,999.

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G smartphone had already appeared on the TKDN and FCC certifications website and is now on the Google Play Console which has marked the imminent launch of the smartphone.



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