The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G scores are now available on Geekbench. This device will succeed the 4G variant that Samsung official launched in the month of March. The processor on this device is the Snapdragon 695 which will support 5g connections.
Information that we can gather from the Geekbench score page is its RAM capacity, processor, and Android version. The Snapdragon 695 processor comes with 8 cores and a base frequency of 1.80GHz, which is an upgrade from its successor. The memory on this device is 4GB worth of RAM, possibly an LPDDR4X version.
Lastly, this device will run the Samsung One UI skin on Android 12. This device will possibly receive OTA upgrades to Android 13 and more recent versions of One UI. We can make assumptions about other features of this device from the Galaxy A23.
The major upgrade on this device will be the processor, Samsung might as well add a few other features. But we can expect this device to use a 6.6-inch LCD screen. The camera configuration might also be similar to the available 4G variant. It is also possible that the battery capacity will also be, 5000mAh and support a 25W fast charge.
The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G won’t come with a charging brick or any other accessory in the box. A weird trend for mid-range devices that Samsung took with its A-series this year. From the model number, we can expect this device to launch in the US and possibly in Europe.