Samsung is expanding its F-series smartphone lineup with the upcoming release of the Galaxy F14. According to a report by 91mobiles, the Galaxy F14 will be a rebranded version of the existing A-series phone, the Galaxy A05s. This information was discovered through the Google Play Console's database, which also provided some key specifications for the device.
The Galaxy F14, which shares the same design as the Galaxy A05s, will be powered by the Qualcomm SM6225 chip, which is essentially the Snapdragon 680 chip. This indicates that the F14 will be a 4G-enabled device. The listing also reveals that the phone will feature a Full HD+ display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and will run on Android 13.
While the Galaxy A05s has the model number SM-A057F, the Galaxy F14 4G will have the model number SM-E145F. Additionally, there appears to be an M-series variant of the phone with the model number SM-M145F, which is expected to be released as the Galaxy M14.
The support page for the Galaxy M14 has recently gone live on Samsung's regional websites for India and Bangladesh, suggesting that its launch is imminent. It is speculated that the M14 may be released through Amazon in India, while the F14 could be sold through Flipkart. However, further reports are needed to confirm these details.
Overall, the Galaxy F14 is expected to offer similar specifications and features as the Galaxy A05s but with a different branding. Samsung enthusiasts who are interested in this particular model should keep an eye out for future updates to learn more about its official release.