The launch of the Samsung Galaxy A23 is imminent. The next Samsung smartphone is expected to launch soon in India and other international markets. Samsung has yet to confirm official launch details for the Galaxy A23. Meanwhile, the device has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website.
Along with the Bluetooth SIG certification, the Galaxy A23 support page is also live on the company’s official website. The latest listing comes a week after the phone was spotted on the Geekbench database. This suggests that the device should be launched soon. Let’s take a look at the leaked specs, features and other details of the Samsung Galaxy A23.
Samsung Galaxy A23 Support Page
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy A23 4G is imminent. The device’s support page is live on the company’s official Russian website ahead of launch. The listing reveals that the Galaxy A23 carries the model number SM-A235F. Unfortunately, the listing does not mention any other details. The device was also spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website with the same model number. It reveals that the Galaxy A23 will support Bluetooth 5.0 out of the box.
As mentioned above, the phone was spotted on the Geekbench website last week. He revealed that the Galaxy A23 will be powered by a Snapdragon 680 SoC, which is a 4G chipset. The phone was listed with 4GB of RAM. Samsung may launch more storage options for the device, including one with 6GB of RAM. The device will run Android 12 out of the box. It will have a layer of One UI 4.1 on top.
In a separate leak, tipster OnLeaks revealed design renders of the A23 4G. The phone will have a 6.6-inch IPS LCD screen with a teardrop notch on top for the front camera. On the back, the device will have a quad-camera setup. There will be a 50MP main camera sensor, an 8MP ultrawide camera, and two 2MP sensors for depth and macro. The phone will also feature a side fingerprint reader and a 3.5mm headphone jack. More details of the device are expected to appear online in the coming days. We will share more details once available.
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