Samsung’s entry-level mobile with a design with striking colors, remains today at a groundbreaking price

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MediaMarkt is celebrating the “La Cuesta Abajo” campaign and this Samsung A14 has a 33% discount

 

 

If you don’t want to spend a fortune on an Android mobile phone, the Samsung Galaxy A14 It is a good alternative and also stands out for being available in different colors. Now, at MediaMarkt, you can get it at a very good price, since it is available for 139 euros.

SAMSUNG Sam DS A145R GAL A14 4+128

SAMSUNG Sam DS A145R GAL A14 4+128

PVP at MediaMarkt — 139.00 € Miravia — 139.00 € El Corte Inglés — 139.90 € Amazon — 160.00 € PcComponents — 173.40

Buy Samsung Galaxy A14 at the best price

Samsung Galaxy A14

The recommended price of this entry-level Samsung mobile is 209 euros; although now it is much cheaper. At MediaMarkt, you can get it with a discount of 69 eurossince it is available, during its “La Cuesta Abajo” campaign, for 139 euros.

This Samsung Galaxy A14 has a screen with a diagonal of 6.6 inches and offers FHD+ resolution and has an Octa-Core processor Mediatek Helio G85 perfect for working fluently on the necessary day-to-day apps.

In the photographic section, it can be noted that it has a 50 MP main camera accompanied by a 5 MP wide-angle lens (with which to expand the perspective to capture more of the scene) and a 2 MP macro lens, to focus on the details well.

Its battery is 5,000 mAh and it also supports 15W fast charging. Regarding connectivity, it comes with a 4G connection, Bluetooth 5.3, WiFi and NFC. Its weight is 200 grams and it has 4GB RAM and 128 GB storageexpandable up to 1 TB via MicroSD card.

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