Samsung Galaxy M14 5G launches in India on April 17 priced under ₹14000. It goes against the Realme 10 and iQOO Z6 Lite 5G. The three phones hardly have any similarities which make their comparison even more compelling. So, here are their key differences to make your purchase decision simpler.
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G vs Realme 10 vs iQOO Z6 Lite 5G: Display
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G has got a 6.6-inch 90Hz PLS LCD display while the Realme 10 has got a 6.4-inch 90Hz sAMOLED panel and iQOO Z6 Lite 5G features a 6.58-inch 120Hz IPS LCD screen. Realme 10 is the only phone with a punch-hole cutout.
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G vs Realme 10 vs iQOO Z6 Lite 5G: Internals
Under the hood, the Galaxy M14 5G is powered by a 5nm Exynos 1300 SoC while Realme 10 runs on a 6nm MediaTek Helio G99 chipset and iQOO Z6 Lite 5G is propelled by a 6nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 processor.
Both the Samsung and Realme phones have dedicated slots for memory expansion.
Samsung has housed a bigger 6000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. Realme 10 carries a 5000mAh battery with 33W charging and iQOO Z6 Lite 5G bears a 5000mAh battery with 18W charging support.
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G vs Realme 10 vs iQOO Z6 Lite 5G: Camera
All three phones boast a 50MP primary camera. Realme 10 has got a 2MP depth sensor and iQOO Z6 Lite is equipped with a 2MP macro module. Samsung gives you both 2MP depth and 2MP macro as the accompanying sensors.
The Galaxy M14 ships with a 13MP selfie camera, Realme 10 offers a 16MP selfie shooter, and iQOO Z6 Lite 5G features an 8MP front camera.
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G vs Realme 10 vs iQOO Z6 Lite 5G: Connectivity
You get dual-band WiFi ac on all 3 phones. Realme 10 sports Bluetooth 5.3, whereas Samsung Galaxy M14 is armed with Bluetooth 5.2, and iQOO Z6 Lite 5G has Bluetooth 5.1 support.
Both Samsung Galaxy M14 and Realme 10 give NFC support. Samsung also stows NavIC support into the mix.
Note: We have relied on Samsung Galaxy M14 5G’s global variant’s specs for this comparison.
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