Samsung Galaxy A23 May Launch With 50MP Camera, 4G & 5G Variants: Report

Samsung Galaxy A23 is expected to be powered by 5,000mAh battery.

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Samsung Galaxy A23: South Korean tech giant Samsung is reportedly working on Samsung Galaxy A23 smartphone. It will be an expansion in Samsung's already popular 'A' smartphone series.

The upcoming device is said to be a successor of Samsung Galaxy A22 which was launched earlier this year in June.

A new leak has revealed a few specifications of Samsung Galaxy A23. According to a report by Galaxy Club, Samsung Galaxy A23 is expected to be launched in 4G and 5G variants. Moreover, the report also mentions that the device will house 50MP primary lens, and will be powered by 5,000mAh battery.

Other details about Samsung Galaxy A23 smartphone are yet to be revealed. But since it is said to be a successor of Samsung Galaxy A22, here are some details about the same.


Samsung Galaxy A22


Samsung Galaxy A22 was also launched in 4G and 5G variants. The starting price of the 4G variant was Rs 18,499, while the 5G one was launched at Rs 19,999.


Samsung Galaxy A22 4G was launched with 6.4-inch HD+ AMOLED display, while 5G one sports a 6.6-inch full HD display, both with 90Hz refresh rate.

Both the variants are powered by 5,000mAh battery which are supported by 15W fast charge.

Samsung Galaxy A22 4G is available in 6GB + 128GB storage variant, while 5G variant comes with 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB storage options.

For more specific details, you can visit the official website of Samsung or a visit a retail store near you.

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