About a month after the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G made its debut in Taiwan, the company brought it to yet another region, which was the United States. The innovation has a decently powerful processing, but what really stands out about it is its support for fifth-generation networks, its huge battery with 25 W fast charging, and its quadruple 50 MP camera set. This is in addition to the fact that it is designed to be cost-effective.
The device makes its debut in North America in its most fundamental configuration. It is outfitted with a Snapdragon 695 5G chipset, which is the same chip that is found in other devices such as the Moto G62 and Realme 9 Pro. Additionally, it has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, with the option to expand the storage space. using Micro SD cards with a storage capacity of up to one terabyte.
The 6.6-inch screen has a resolution of 2408 x 1080 pixels and a Full HD+ TFT LCD panel. Although it does not have an AMOLED display like the one found on the A23 4G, it does have a faster refresh rate of 120 Hz. There is a “V” notch on the front of the display, which houses the 8 megapixel forward-facing camera. The display’s bezels are substantial, particularly in the lower section of the screen.
Along with a front-facing camera for taking selfies, the Galaxy A23 5G has a total of four rear cameras. These include a main sensor with a resolution of 50 megapixels, an ultrawide sensor with a resolution of 5 megapixels and a field of view of 123 degrees, and a pair of sensors with a resolution of 2 megapixels each that are designed for taking macro shots and calculating depth.
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