Samsung is bringing two more cost-conscious phones and one tablet to Brazil. After announcing the Galaxy A34 5G earlier this week, Samsung is now introducing the Galaxy M14 5G and the Galaxy M54 5G to customers in Brazil. And to top it all off, the company is launching the revamped Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022) in the same market.
Starting with the two new M-branded phones, the Galaxy M14 5G features 128GB of memory and is available in blue, navy blue, and silver for BRL 1,899($374). The Galaxy M54 5G is available in blue and silver with 128GB or 256GB of memory for BRL 2,999 ($591) and BRL 3,499 ($689), respectively.
Both the Galaxy M14 5G and Galaxy M54 5G are available in Brazil now, and until April 30, buyers get special e-vouchers. Samsung paired the Galaxy M14 5G with an e-voucher worth BRL 399 ($78) and the Galaxy M54 5G with a BRL 699 ($137) e-voucher. Customers can use these vouchers toward purchasing a pair of Galaxy Buds 2 earbuds in black or onyx black.
Brazilians get a new (old) Galaxy tablet
Today, Samsung also announced the release of the “new” Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. It's the 2022 revised model — now coming to Brazil in three color options: graphite, blue, and pink.
Customers who buy the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite today sign up for a promotion called Livelo 10×1, wherein for every 1 BRL spent on the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, they get 10 Livelo points.
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite comes with 64GB of storage, and Samsung claims it ships with Android 13 rather than Android 12, which could mean it might get firmware support for longer. The tablet costs BRL 2,899 ($571), and the price includes a Book Cover. The 10.4-inch tablet should also feature the Snapdragon 720G chipset and 4GB of RAM; it comes with an S Pen boasting 4,096 pressure levels, and it supports Samsung DeX.