Samsung is gearing up to launch its next budget smartphones both from the A-series and the M-series. One of them is the Samsung Galaxy M23 5G and it has appeared on multiple certification platforms recently hinting at its imminent launch.
Its recent appearance was on the Google Play Console which shows that it will be powered by the Snapdragon 750G chipset among other details. Today, ahead of the launch, Mysmartprice sources have given them the official-looking images of the smartphone, along with specs.
The smartphone will have a rectangular camera module at the rear housing three sensors and on the front, it will have a water-drop notch display but Samsung calls it the Infinity-U display.
It weighs 198 grams and measures 165.5 x 77.0 x 8.4mm. The left side of the phone has a dual-sim slot while the right side houses the volume rockers and the power button, the power button doubles up as the fingerprint scanner.
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On the front, it will have a 6.6-inch TFT full HD display with a 120Hz refresh rate. As was mentioned earlier, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 750G chipset, paired with 6GB RAM or 4GB RAM with 128GB internal storage.
It will run on the Android 12 operating system based on the OneUI 4.1 user interface. There is a micro-sd slot where you can extend the storage up to 1TB. On the rear, there is a 50-megapixel primary camera with OIS, there is also an 8-megapixels ultra-wide camera, and there is a 2-megapixels macro sensor.
The rear camera can record videos in 720p at 120fps and 4K at 30fps. The battery capacity of the phone is still unknown for now but it may with come 25W charger.
Other details include Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, WiFi, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C port, single speaker, etc. Lastly, the device’s 4GB + 128GB storage option will be priced between EUR 250 – EUR 300 (roughly Rs 21,000 – 25,200).
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