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Galaxy A14 4G and M54 5G ahead of launch, A23 5G gets Android 13

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G was unveiled early last month, right after the new 5G model passed Bluetooth certification. Now the 4G version is raring to go and has just surfaced at Thailand’s NBTC authority. The Thai certification authority lists a Samsung cell phone with the model code SM-A145F/DSN, where “DS” stands for dual SIM support. However, no technical data of the Galaxy A14 4G were revealed.

Samsung Galaxy M54 5G

Another smartphone that is about to launch is the Galaxy M54 5G – it has also just passed Bluetooth certification. It is listed on the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group) website with the model code SM-M546B_DS and Bluetooth 5.3. The latest news on the device dates back to last November when the M54 5G was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark test with Android 13, 8GB of RAM and likely an Exynos 1380 chipset.

Aside from that, some images have already been leaked showing a punchhole display and a camera setup of three main cameras on the rear. Therefore, we should see the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G and the Galaxy M54 5G in further leaks and the first teasers in the coming days or weeks.

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Samsung Galaxy A23 5G gets Android 13 with One UI 5 in the US

It is also another smartphone’s turn for a software update. Samsung had already released the Android 13 update with One UI 5 for the international model of the Galaxy A23 5G last December. Towards the end of the month, the rollout expanded to the unlocked Galaxy A23 5G in the US. More than a month later, carrier locked devices in the USA are now getting the stable One UI 5 firmware.

The One UI 5 update is currently reaching Samsung Galaxy A23 5G phones from T-Mobile. Other cell phone providers should follow soon. The update carries firmware version A236USQS1BWA2 and increases the Android security patch level to January 2023.

If you have not yet received the Android 13 update with One UI 5 on your Samsung Galaxy A23 5G, you can also search for it manually as usual. To do this, simply go to the Settings menu and start the manual search under Software update.

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