Samsung has been in the news lately for the launch of its latest smartphone, the Galaxy A14 5G, which was released just last month. However, it seems that the company has more plans in store, as they are now reported to be launching a 4G version of the Galaxy A14 in some markets. The 4G version of the smartphone was recently spotted on the NBTC certification website in Thailand. The NBTC listing for the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G reveals the model name SM-A145F/DSN, where the “DS” indicates dual SIM support. Although the listing does not reveal any specific specifications of the phone, previous reports suggest that it will be equipped with a MediaTek Helio G80 and a 6.6-inch FHD+ water drop screen. Furthermore, the phone is said to be thinner than the Galaxy A14 5G, making it an attractive option for those who prioritize portability. Foreign media expect the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G to be launched in Europe by the end of March 2023, with a starting price of 200 euros.
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G, the company is also rumored to be launching another smartphone in the near future – the Galaxy M54 5G. This model has now passed Bluetooth certification, which is one step closer to its official launch. According to the SIG website, the model code for the Galaxy M54 5G is SM-M546B_DS and it supports Bluetooth 5.3.
The Samsung Galaxy M54 5G was spotted on Geekbench as early as November last year, where it was revealed to be pre-installed with Android 13 and equipped with 8GB of RAM and a possible Exynos 1380 chip. Furthermore, leaked renderings of the smartphone show that it will feature a perforated screen and a vertical rear triple camera. The Samsung Galaxy M54 5G is expected to be unveiled in the first half of this year, making it an exciting new addition to the company’s line of smartphones.