After launching its expensive set of foldables, tablets, and Watches at their Unpacked Galaxy event, Samsung intends to bring budget-friendly smartphones to benefit every sort of customer. A few models from the F, A, and M series, including Galaxy F14, Galaxy M14, Galaxy A05s, and A05, were detected on the Wi-Fi Alliance website. The Wi-Fi-certified emblem. A registered trademark that may only be used on equipment that has passed certification is controlled and owned by Wi-Fi Alliance.
The website revealed the model number, operating system it will feature, and connection compatibility of the products. Other than this, no major specifications have been revealed. Both the Galaxy M14 and the Galaxy F14 will enable dual-band Wi-Fi. In addition, the Galaxy A05s will feature dual-band Wi-Fi, whereas the Galaxy A05 will support only 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. A dual-band router can send and receive data utilizing both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies, either concurrently or one at a time.
As for the operating system, both the Galaxy F14 and Galaxy M14 will be equipped with Android 13 as a preinstalled OS. Android 13 will be available out of the box for the Galaxy A05, and the Galaxy A05s will use Android 12 preinstalled. The model numbers of the four gadgets have been listed; Galaxy F14 has the model number SM-E145F/DS, and the Galaxy M14 will have the model number SM-M145F/DS. SM-A057G/DSN and SM-A055M/DS are the model numbers of Galaxy A05s and Galaxy A05, respectively.
The features and specifications of these mid-range smartphones are expected to be revealed soon. The Galaxy F, M, and A series always provide more effective features, being less expensive.
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