Samsung Galaxy A14 4G goes through Anatel and can now be sold in Brazil

Samsung Galaxy A14 4G goes through Anatel and can now be sold in Brazil

Still unprecedented in the world, the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G has just been homologated by Anatel, being released for sale in Brazil. The device appears listed in the National Telecommunications Agency database in two versions, which possibly differ in terms of storage capacity, and may debut on the national market at any time along with the 5G variant, also approved by the agency.

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With model numbers SM-A145M and SM-A145MB, both with DS ending to symbolize support for two SIM chips, the Brazilian Galaxy A14 4G should be produced in 5 factories, including the two Samsung factories in Brazil: in Manaus, in Amazonas, and in Campinas, in São Paulo. According to the documentation, which does not mention the commercial name of the phone, the device will be sold with a 15 W charger in the box, the most common measure in the price range in which the novelty should be launched, but not always guaranteed.

There is no additional information about the device’s specifications, but several leaks have already indicated some of its features – the Galaxy A14 4G should debut being very similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy A13 4G, thus being equipped with a MediaTek Helio G80 processor, accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage, with the possibility of expansion via Micro SD cards.

The screen should adopt a 6.6-inch IPS LCD panel and Full HD + resolution, along with a drop-shaped notch to house the 8 MP selfie lens, while the rear camera set can count on a 50 MP main sensor. and a duo of 2 MP lenses for macro shots and depth calculation. The generous battery of 5,000 mAh would close the set, which, in theory, should support fast charging at 25 W, as the A13 brought recharge at that power.

The presence of the 15 W charger in the box may seem confusing, but it could be a way for Samsung to reduce costs without disturbing consumer protection bodies, while profiting from the sale of the 25 W charger separately. deadline for the launch of the Galaxy A14 4G in the global market, let alone in Brazil, but the approval release indicates that the announcement may be close.

Anatel records also show certifications for the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G, model SM-A146M, issued in December. Interestingly, the identification is different from the already known global models, so it is not possible to confirm the complete technical sheet. The 5G variant arrived in some countries in early January with the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset, the same as the Galaxy A13 5G, but there are leaks that indicate that a model with the still-unannounced Exynos 1330 will also be announced.

What is certain is that the Galaxy A14 5G, like its 4G brother, should be very similar to the previous generation, with 4 GB of RAM, up to 128 GB of storage, a 6.6-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD screen with 90 Hz refresh rate, triple 50 MP camera and 5,000 mAh battery.

Source: Anatel, via Tecnoblog