Samsung Galaxy A14 4G and M54 5G Bag NBTC and Bluetooth Certification; Launch Imminent

Sohail Akhtar

Now that Samsung is all done with S23 flagships, it's gunning to release several A series and M series devices to the market. We've been hearing rumors about the 4G variant of Samsung Galaxy A14, which have now concluded via an authoritative listing. 


The phone indeed exists, and NBTC's latest public document proves it. Thai certifier indexed the 4G Galaxy A14 under model SM-A145F/DSN. "DS" indicates the phone is dual-SIM supported. 

There's much to read in the document though it's hardly relevant to specs. One thing it does confirm is that Thailand will be among the first countries to receive this device. The budget phone, for the most part, remains a mystery. There's not much out there to confirm what it packs inside.

Galaxy M54 is another device making visits to certification platforms. Its recent-most entry is on the Bluetooth SIG database, revealing the phone's connectivity options. Listed with the code SM-M546B_DS, the newcomer shows Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity: It's the latest mode of Bluetooth, standard with flagship devices. 

Geekbench also has a dedicated listing for this phone. It entails Exynos 1380 Chip on board M54 with 8GB RAM and an Android 13 operating system, not so different from the upcoming A54. It should provide decent performance with that unannounced chip leveraging eight cores, of which four will bear 2.4GHz clock speeds.   

Apart from 8GB RAM, it might end up with a 6GB RAM variant for a lower price tag. The phone also has some leaked renders on the net displaying its impressive display, gradient skin textures, triple cameras setup, and a punch hole cutout up top. Both A14 4G and M54 will break cover soon, and we'll try to keep you posted. Until then you can check out its predecessor, Samsung's old Galaxy A13 price in Pakistan starts at PKR 58,000.


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