Galaxy A14 5G Vs. Galaxy A14 4G: What’s Different?

Samsung has continued its 4G and 5G dual strategy with the launch of the Galaxy A14 4G. Here is how it’s different from the Galaxy A14 5G.

Samsung has followed up the Galaxy A14 5G launched in January 2023 with a 4G version simply called the Galaxy 14, but there are more differences between the two phones than the support for 5G networks. While Samsung has halted its strategy of launching 5G and 4G versions of the same smartphone for its flagships and upper mid-range smartphones, the trend is still on for its more affordable Galaxy A series smartphones.

The Galaxy A14 5G and the Galaxy A14 4G look alike albeit with a different finish. Both smartphones have an Infinity-V display of the same size, and on the back are three cameras stacked vertically in a design Samsung has dubbed “Multi Role,” which it also uses for its more expensive models such as the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus. However, while the Galaxy A14 5G’s back panel has a concentric circle pattern, the Galaxy A14 4G has a brushed metal finish. Don’t be fooled by the appearance, neither phone is covered in glass or metal — both are plastic.


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Specs, Features, & Price Compared

A photo showing the different color options of the Galaxy A14 4G

Both Galaxy A14 smartphones have a 6.6-inch LCD panel with an FHD+ resolution but while the Galaxy A14 5G has a 90Hz refresh rate, the 4G version refreshes at 60Hz. The Galaxy A14 5G is powered by the Exynos 1330 processor. Depending on the market, it has up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. In the United States, however, the phone has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. On the other hand, the Galaxy A14 has a MediaTek Helio G80 processor paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The two smartphones have a MicroSD card slot for adding up to an additional 1TB of storage. The Galaxy A14 5G and Galaxy A14 4G also differ with respect to their camera configuration.

Although both smartphones have a 50MP primary rear camera and a 2MP macro camera for capturing the fine details on close-up subjects, the Galaxy A14 5G adds a 2MP depth sensor for the third camera whereas the Galaxy A14 4G gets a more useful 5MP ultrawide angle camera. Both devices have a 13MP front-facing camera. Since they are LCD panels, they don’t have an in-display fingerprint scanner. Instead, they have their fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button. There is also a single headphone jack and NFC present on the two smartphones. However, the newer Galaxy A14 4G has Bluetooth 5.1, while the 5G version has Bluetooth 5.2.

Samsung has equipped both smartphones with a 5,000mAh battery and support for 15W wired charging. Unsurprisingly, neither of them ships with a charger in the box, so owners will have to purchase one if they don’t have a spare around the home. The two models are pre-installed with One UI Core 5 based on Android 13 and will receive 2 OS upgrades and 4 years of security updates.

The Galaxy A14 5G is priced at $199, and despite being available in multiple colors in other markets, it is only available to buy in Black in the U.S. Samsung is yet to announce the price of the 4G variant, although it has already listed it on its Malaysian site in Silver, Dark Red, and Black. It is also not known if the Galaxy A14 4G will be sold in the United States like its predecessor.

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