There is a mobile phone from Samsung that has yet to hit the market but it appears that the wheels are in motion.

This was after the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G phone reportedly passed through the FCC thanks to recent leaks. Further, it seems that the said mobile phone will be rocking a 5,000 mAh battery pack.

Thanks to the leaked images, a better view of what the device will look like has been revealed. The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G will look fairly similar to its predecessor with some modifications.

Among the iterations suggested for the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G include a waterdrop notch on its LCD, a triple rear camera setup, and a side-mounted fingerprint/power button combo.

As far as the unofficial internal features of the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G include a 6.8-inch, HD+ LCD panel and run on a still unannounced Samsung Exynos chipset. It is said to rock a 50MP main camera on the back and a 13MP selfie cam.

Pricing for the Samsung A14 5G handset remains unavailable as of this writing. The same holds on when it may become available and critics speculate that the said device may be aggressively priced.

Aside from the latest information, the next variant device is expected to come out with a flat black panel. There were circular cutouts also shown, suggesting where the rear cameras will be positioned.

Noticeable from the Samsung A14 5G is a frame that fairly resembles the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.

Although the black panel is a sign of things to come, the device will reportedly come out in different shades as well.

Like in Europe, the Samsung A14 5G is reportedly coming out in three shades: black, dark red and light green.

The color availability of the Samsung A14 5G will likely depend on the market where it will be made available.

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