Samsung Galaxy A14 5G with Dimensity 700 SoC appears on Geekbench


  • Samsung Galaxy A14 5G has appeared on Geekbench
  • As per reports, it will be available in two processor variants
  • The device will arrive as the successor to the Galaxy A13

Earlier this month, Samsung Galaxy A14 was spotted on Geekbench. Now its 5G variant has appeared on the benchmarking platform. It is listed with model number SM-A146P and reveals key specifications. The Geekbench listing was spotted by the publication MySmartPrice. 

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G is expected to arrive as the successor to the last year’s Galaxy A13. The upcoming device with various model numbers has also been spotted on Bluetooth SIG. 

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Samsung Galaxy A14 spotted on Geekbench

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G is listed with an ARM MT6833V/NZA processor on Geekbench. It corresponds to the MediaTek Dimensity 700, which is based on a 7nm process. The SoC will be paired with Mali G52 GPU onboard. The listing reveals that the Galaxy A14 5G will pack 4GB RAM and run on the latest Android 13 OS out of the box. We can expect more RAM and storage configurations at launch. 

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G scores 552 and 1,710 points in Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core test results. Apart from this, there is no additional information on the Galaxy A14 5G. 

Samsung is also expected to launch the Galaxy A14 5G in the Exynos chipset variant. It reportedly carries a model number SM-A146B and will be powered by an Exynos 1330 processor with 4GB RAM and Android 13 OS.

As per leaked renders, the Galaxy A14 has a U-shaped notch and a slightly thick chin. The volume rocker and power button are located on the right side with the latter also doubling up as a fingerprint scanner. The back panel has vertically stacked three camera sensors without any module. The smartphone is said to feature a large 6.8-inch LCD display bearing an FHD+ resolution.


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