Galaxy F14 is launched with a 5nm processor and 6000mAh battery

Galaxy F14

Samsung has released a new phone called the Galaxy F14 in India. This phone is part of a trio of closely related phones that includes the Galaxy A14 5G and Galaxy M14. The Galaxy F14 features a 6.6” 90Hz PLS LCD of FullHD+ resolution and a 5nm Exynos 1330 chipset with 5G support. It also has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

Samsung unveils the Galaxy F14 smartphone with a 5nm processor and 6000 mAh battery

Galaxy F14

The Galaxy F14 has a 6,000mAh battery, which is the same size as the Galaxy M14 but bigger than the Galaxy A14’s 5,000mAh unit. The F14 also has a 25W maximum charging speed, which is higher than the 15W offered by both of its counterparts.

One notable difference between the Galaxy F14 and the other two phones is the camera setup. The Galaxy F14 features a 50MP f/1.8 main camera and a 2MP macro sensor, whereas the other two also have a 2MP depth sensor. The F14 also has a waterdrop notch at the front that houses a 13MP f/2.0 selfie camera.

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The Samsung Galaxy F14 runs Android 13 with OneUI Core 5.1 on top. It comes with a promise of two major Android updates and four years of security updates.

The F14 will come in O.M.G. Black, G.O.A.T. Green, and B.A.E. Purple. It will be available for purchase starting at noon on March 30 through Samsung’s own website, Flipkart and various retail partners. The price of the 4+128GB version will be INR 12,990 (about $160) and the 6+128GB variant will be INR 14,490 (about $175).

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy F14 is a solid addition to Samsung‘s lineup of phones. It offers a large, high-quality display, a powerful processor with 5G support, and a long-lasting battery. Its camera setup is also impressive, with a high-resolution main camera and a macro sensor for close-up shots. The phone’s promise of two major Android updates and four years of security updates is also a nice touch. If you’re in the market for a new phone and live in India, the Samsung F14 is definitely worth considering.

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