Samsung "Galaxy F14" turns up in renders with one rear camera less than the A14
The Galaxy F13 has recently become linked to a successor that might well launch as a straightforward re-brand for the M14 for markets that might include India. However, according to 91Mobiles, the device poised to launch under that product name is not that much like the existing mid-tier smartphone after all.
The blog does assert that the "F14" will offer a 6,000mAh battery, 6GB of RAM and "a 5nm chipset, which could be the Exynos 1330", which are all true of either the M14 or its analog the A14 5G. However, those comparisons are confounded by renders that depict the former as a dual rear camera device.
The A14 and M14 are, of course, triple-shooter devices that vaguely resemble the S23 from the back. Their alleged F-series counterpart, on the other hand, could easily be mistaken for an A04 in these images.
It even has the same color choices, although the 2023 A0x-series release's rear panel has a light-bending effect, whereas this 'F14' seems to be matte, and may also be slightly darker and duller in both finishes.
In addition, 91Mobiles makes no mention of a 90Hz refresh rate for its 6.6-inch display, although this alleged collection of specs now called the Galaxy F14 may still be in line for the Android 13-based One UI Core 5 OS of the A14 4G or 5G.