Unlike its putative “4G” sibling, the Galaxy A14 5G doesn’t yet have any pre-launch renders or supposed display specs to its name. Nevertheless, the existence of the smartphone has just gained almost instant credibility, thanks to a new leak from the Wi-Fi Alliance.
It shows that the group recognized the Samsung device by its product name, as well as its model number (SM-A146P-DSN). As a result, the new certification suggests that the Galaxy A14 5G has at least 1 variant with dual-SIM support rather than eSIM functionality, which seems consistent with its likely market level.
However, the most interesting aspect of this new documentation is that the A14 5G is unequivocally tied to Android 13. Therefore, it looks like the likely low to mid-range smartphone will launch with an updated user interface based on a version. of a user interface 5.
Despite that, however, it can contrast those specs with relatively old dual-band Wi-Fi 5 connectivity. It will be interesting to see if the “A14 4G” will debut with similar specs – and if the 2 devices will really look like the much more premium S23 once in the market.
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