Samsung Galaxy A23 Listed on the Official Website Before the Upcoming Launch

Faisal Rasool

Samsung Galaxy A23 has been featured in product certifications and leaks for months. And Samsung is close to officially rolling out the Galaxy A23 now. The support page for the Galaxy A23 was published on the Samsung Russia website. Samsung has also secured a Bluetooth certificate for the phone, also hinting at its upcoming launch.

You can find the Samsung Galaxy A22's successor on the official website for Russia under the model number “SM-A235F/DSN.” Since it’s a dummy Galaxy A23 webpage, it hasn’t been populated with relevant details. Plus, the Bluetooth SIG listing also lacks any helpful system specs.

But for those specifications, we can turn to previous reports. The pre-release benchmarks for the Galaxy A23 uncovered core details of the phone. It rocks the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chip, at least 4GB of multitasking memory, and the latest Android 12 x OneUI. 

Samsung has also streamlined the phone’s design. Save for the notch bleeding into the display and the instant thumbprint scanner, the Galaxy A23 looks identical to the Galaxy A53 or A73 but comes at an affordable Samsung mobile price tag. Its screen is a 6.4” IPS LCD. And the primary rear camera has a 50MP sensor behind it.

The 5G edition of the Galaxy A23 is also in the works. Reportedly, it’s powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 700. But other features — like the 8MP ultra-wide lens, two 2MP shooters, 3.5mm audio jack — are shared between the two models.


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