Samsung Galaxy A23e Leaked Renders Reveal Single Camera and Compact Design

Sohail Akhtar

The rumors of a compact variant of the Samsung Galaxy A23 have been floating around the internet for a while now. They are calling it Galaxy A23e. A well-grounded source, OnLeaks at Pricebaba, has just unearthed some marketing renders and design details of the phone. Courtesy of OnLeaks, we can now sneak a peek at its design. 

The renders outline the Samsung Galaxy A23e's looks, camera setup, screen size, dimensions, etc. We will go through each of them one by one.

Design-wise, Galaxy A23e is aiming for a traditional + conventional + compact form-factor. The phone appears modern from the front but looks traditional from the back —thanks to its single circular camera unit popping out of the shell. 

The phone's front embodies a 5.8-inch infinity-V screen. The notch is supposed to house the selfie camera. There's only a single-piece camera on the back. A23e's rear design is reminiscing smartphones from 2016. We'll cover an in-depth camera review for Samsung's new budget model soon, so stay tuned.

There's a headphone jack on the top — a treasure from the past. A USB Type-C port lies down the bottom, along with a speaker grill and mic. For security, the power key doubles up as a fingerprint scanner.

Galaxy A23e will probably come out with Android 12 x One UI OS. It will have three color coatings light blue, white, and black. It will probably go shoulder to shoulder with Galaxy A23 5G variant. This kind of render leak usually means the launch is nearing. Speculating from the market, it can bear a hefty price tag.