First leaked Galaxy M14 5G renders confirm three color options

First leaked Galaxy M14 5G renders confirm three color options

Last update: January 31, 2023 at 17:48 UTC+01:00

Of all the budget phones Samsung plans to release this year, the Galaxy M14 5G has been among the most elusive. The phone hasn’t had as many leaks as other upcoming devices, but now it’s breaking cover. A series of seemingly official press renders have surfaced online confirming the phone’s color options and design.

The Galaxy M14 5G, according to these renders, has an Infinity-V display notch, thick bezels with an even thicker “chin”, three rear-facing cameras with no outline cutouts, and a unibody design, which means that the back panel wraps around the edges of the phone and covers the internal frame.

Samsung will launch the Galaxy M14 5G in at least three color options, although availability may differ by market. The three colors of this budget phone are dark blue, light blue and silver. (via The Tech Outlook)

Part of Samsung’s plan to democratize 5G in India

Samsung India’s head of product and marketing confirmed earlier this month that the company will continue to focus on bringing more 5G phones to India this year, though it won’t abandon the 4G segment for the moment.

The Galaxy M14 5G seems to be part of this 5G democratization plan. The company launched the A14 5G in India last week and said the Galaxy A series has been a huge hit. The M variant of the same device may hit the shelves at an even lower price than the Galaxy A14 5G (below INR 16,499 – $202).

The phone may also reach markets other than India, but Samsung has not revealed any details on pricing or availability. For now, the company is gearing up to launch the flagship Galaxy S23 series on February 1. The Galaxy M14 5G may appear in Samsung stores at any time without notice, but we will keep you updated.

The first online benchmark for the alleged Galaxy M14 5G appeared as early as November 2022. At the time, the benchmark hinted at features like the Exynos 1330 chipset and Android 13 out of the box – likely with a stripped down version” Core” of One UI at the top.

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