Samsung Galaxy M14 5G presented with new 5 nm Exynos SoC and 6,000 mAh battery
Samsung has launched the Galaxy M14 5G in Ukraine as it begins its Galaxy M series refresh. As its name suggests, the Galaxy M14 5G supersedes the Galaxy M13 5G. While the pair share a few features, the Galaxy M14 5G has a new design with three rear-facing cameras arranged in individual lenses. The front of the phone retains a waterdrop notch, but Samsung has swapped the 5 MP sensor for a 13 MP one.
Similarly, Samsung continues to use a 50 MP primary camera, which appears to be the same sensor as the one found in the Galaxy M13 5G. The company also includes a 2 MP depth of field camera, which it augments with a 2 MP macro camera. The Galaxy M14 5G has a relatively thick chin too, although this surrounds a 90 Hz and 1080p display that measures 6.6-inches across. For reference, the Galaxy M14 5G measures 166.8 x 77.2 x 9.4 mm and weighs 206 g.
In part, that high weight is because of a 6,000 mAh battery that supports 15 W charging via its USB Type-C port. Additionally, the Galaxy M14 5G is the first smartphone to run on the Samsung Exynos 1330, a 5 nm chipset with two ARM Cortex-A78 performance cores clocked at 2.4 GHz and six Cortex-A55 efficiency cores restricted to 2.0 GHz. Samsung pre-loads One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 too, rather than Android 12 like the POCO X5 5G.
Currently, Samsung sells the Galaxy M14 5G in Ukraine with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of expandable storage for UAH 8,299 (~US$226) and UAH 8,999 (~US$245), respectively. The device also comes in three colours, as shown above. It remains to be seen when Samsung will offer the device outside Ukraine though, and whether there will be any regional memory or colour differences.