Samsung is expected to update its A-series lineup soon. The company may launch Samsung Galaxy A14 as its new budget smartphone soon in India and other markets. The exact launch date of the upcoming Galaxy A-series is unknown. While we wait for that, a new report on the design of the Galaxy A14 has been leaked.
A Giznext report reveals the upcoming design changes to the Galaxy A14. Citing Tipster OnLeaks, who also revealed Samsung Galaxy S23 series design renders, the report revealed that the Galaxy A14 will get incremental design changes. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A14 design renderings, specifications and other details known so far.
View Samsung Galaxy A14 design
Samsung Galaxy A14 will be a new budget smartphone to be launched in many markets. The exact launch date of the phone is unknown. Meanwhile, the design shows that the Galaxy A14 has an almost flat bezel design. The edges curve slightly in the frame to provide a comfortable grip.
On the front is the Infinity-U display, Samsung’s nickname for the U-shaped notch at the top of the screen for the front camera. The screen is surrounded by rather thin bezels, except for the chin.
On the back, the Galaxy A14 has a triple-camera setup. There is no camera module design but the Galaxy A14 has three circular rings and an LED flash on the back. We can expect the back panel to have polycarbonate materials. The report reveals the black color option of the phone. We can expect Samsung to release the phone with more color options.
The phone also has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, which indicates that the Galaxy A14 will have an IPS LCD screen. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, and a speaker grille at the bottom. The power button and volume keys are on the right side.
Other details of the Galaxy A14 are still unknown. We will share more details as they become available. In the meantime, let us know your thoughts on the leaked Galaxy A14 design in the comments below.
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