Gadget of the Day | Samsung Galaxy A23 5G
Samsung Galaxy A23 5G is the 5G version of one of the most popular mid-range smartphones.
You might argue that Samsung is using this news as a “appetiser” in advance of tomorrow (10)’s Unpacked event, which is expected to include the unveiling of a new generation of foldable smartphones.
Additionally, it is vital to provide affordable goods for even the most basic budgets since not all customers can buy a foldable smartphone.
In this article, we’ll highlight the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G’s key attributes while determining the target market for the device.
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The Samsung Galaxy A23 was released in early 2022. However, at the time, it only supported 4G LTE network connection. The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G is a variation of the Samsung Galaxy A23. Which, let’s be honest, is no longer enough for certain niche markets.
With the aid of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 CPU, the Samsung Galaxy A23 is now 5G network ready. The processor must boost performance in the operations to be carried out on the device in addition to providing access to the most cutting-edge mobile internet networks.
The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G’s design is almost identical to the phone we are already familiar with since it is a variation of a model that currently exists. Including its 6.6-inch Infinity-V LCD (FHD+) screen.
A 50 MP primary sensor (f/1.8) with an optical stabilisation system, a 5 MP ultrawide lens, a 2 MP macro lens, and a 2 MP depth lens are all included in the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G’s camera setup. The 8 MP front camera for selfies also contains a sensor.
Versions of the new model will come in 4, 6, or 8 GB RAM and 64 or 128 GB storage configurations (expandable via microSD up to 1 TB). The battery has a 25W fast charging capability and is still 5,000 mAh like the 4G version. And this would suggest that the version with 5G will have less usable autonomy (though we hope that Samsung’s technology + software combo will surprise us in this regard).
The One UI user interface that comes pre-installed on the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G is compatible with Android 12 and will be upgraded to Android 13 whenever One UI 5.0 is released. It supports WiFi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth 5.1 for communication.
The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G is expected to cost roughly 230 euros in Europe, however Samsung has not officially confirmed this.
In other words, the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G has all the necessary features to be an entry-level 5G smartphone at a reasonable price. We trust Samsung will be able to keep the product’s current high value for the money.