Samsung Galaxy A14 5G with Android 13 out of the box is revealed as on the way thanks to a new leak
Unlike its putative "4G" sibling, the Galaxy A14 5G has no pre-launch renders or rumored display specs to its name as yet. Nevertheless, the smartphone's existence has just gained near-instant credibility, thank to a new leak from the Wi-Fi Alliance.
It shows that the group has acknowledged the Samsung device by its product name, as well as by its model number (SM-A146P-DSN). Accordingly, 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 probable market tier.
However, the most interesting aspect of this new documentation is that the A14 5G is unequivocally linked to Android 13. Therefore, it seems the probably low-to-mid-range smartphone will launch with an up-to-date UI based on some version of One UI 5.
Despite this, however, it may contrast these specs with relatively elderly dual-band Wi-Fi 5 connectivity. It will be interesting to see whether the "A14 4G" would debut with similar specs - and if the 2 devices really will resemble the much higher-end S23 once on the market.