Samsung Galaxy M14 5G will support 25W charging, confirms FCC listing

Samsung is gearing up to add a new member to the M series in the form of Galaxy M14 5G, this device has earlier been spotted on several platforms and now it cleared the FCC listing which shows the charging capability of the smartphone.

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According to the information, Samsung Galaxy M14 5G has recently appeared on the FCC listing which shows that the device carries a model number SM-M146B/DSN. Further, the listing also reveals a Type-C adapter that carries model number EP-TA800.

This 25W charging adapter supports output at 15W (5V/3A) and 25W (9V/2.77A) with USB-PD protocol. It also supports up to 25W output with PPS support. Other than this the listing didn’t reveal any other information about the smartphone.

However, there is no information available on when the company will unveil this device in the market but as of now, we can assume that the launch is not so far because the device has started appearing on several platforms.

The device earlier appeared on the Geekbench which reveals that the Galaxy A14 5G processor has two 2.4GHz cores and six 2.00GHz performance cores. The octa-core SoC is paired with 4GB RAM and the device will run on Android 13 out of the box.



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