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Samsung Galaxy A23 design and specifications appears online

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Samsung is getting set to take back its market share come 2022 with its popular Galaxy A-series line up. There has been renders of the Galaxy A13, Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy A73.

A new report has appeared online showing the details of the Galaxy A23. This will be the middle child between the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A33. And just like the other smartphones in the series, it will have a 4G and 5G models. But, the Galaxy A13 will still be the most affordable device in the series.

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The Samsung Galaxy A23 will be the successor to the Galaxy A22. Note that the Galaxy A22 5G is currently the most affordable Samsung 5G smartphone. However, come 2022 the Galaxy A13 5G will be the most affordable 5G smartphone from the company. So, what the specs of the Galaxy A23?

Samsung Galaxy A23 Specifications (speculations)

Samsung is going to launch a 4G and 5G versions of the Galaxy A23. Reports also have it that the company will launch more smartphone with the Exynos chip. This will help the company not depend too much on third part chipmakers.

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The Galaxy A23 5G might features the MediaTek Dimensity 810 5G chip paired with maybe 4GB of RAM. It might come with a triple rear camera set up with 50MP main camera. You can also expect an ultra-wide lens and a depth sensor.

Galaxy A23

Upfront it might features a 13MP selfie camera. The device might feature an IPS LCD panel with HD+ resolution in a bit to reduce cost. Galaxy A23 might run Android 12 out of the box and might be powered by a 5,000mAh battery with support for 25W charge.

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For now, there is no official statement from Samsung but as the rumors ad leaks start rolling in more updates will surface.

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