Samsung Galaxy A14 4G variant found in Bluetooth SIG database, 5G variant receives BIS certification
The Samsung Galaxy A14 is rumoured to go on sale soon and is anticipated to come in 4G and 5G versions. Several Galaxy A14 leaks have revealed the anticipated features and appearance of the next phone.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) database has purportedly now revealed the existence of the Galaxy A14’s 4G version. Screenshots showing the device’s listing on the Bluetooth SIG platform and the listing for the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G variant on the Indian BIS certification website were shared by a tipper.
The two listings for the Galaxy A14 4G and 5G versions were discovered for the first time on Thursday. The Galaxy A14’s two versions, the SM-A145P DS and the SM-A145R DSN, are mentioned on the Bluetooth SIG website, according to one of the screenshots he uploaded. As shown by the number ‘5’ added to ‘A14’ in the model numbers, these models are the 4G version of the Samsung handset.
The leaker also shared a screenshot of the Galaxy A14 5G model with the BIS certification and the model number SM-A146B/DS, indicating that the phones would be arriving shortly.
The 5G version of the Galaxy A14 was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG platform last month. Models SM-A146U, SM-A146VL, SM-A146W, SM-A146U1/DS, SM-A146P, SM-A146P/N, and SM-A146P/DSN were listed as being present in the database.
More recently, the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G was discovered on the websites for FCC and TUV certification, giving some indication of the device’s specifications. The next Galaxy A14’s 4G version may include 4G LTE, Bluetooth, and dual-band Wi-Fi connection, according to the FCC listing. On the other hand, the phone’s TUV listing made reference to a 4,900mAh battery with 15W charging capabilities.
According to rumours, the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G will include three back cameras, the primary of which would have a resolution of 50 megapixels. Additionally, according to leaked renders, the phone would have a 6.8-inch full-HD+ screen with a 13-megapixel front camera positioned in a waterdrop-shaped notch at the top centre.