Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A23 smartphone back in March, and we established it wasn't a particularly competitive device. Now, a 5G version with a Snapdragon 695 is on its way, and its price in Europe leaked, revealing the company is about to make the same mistake.
The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G with 64 GB storage will be available in at least three colors for €300.
The new affordable midranger is said to have a 5,000 mAh battery with 25W fast charging, according to a listing on FCC. Other specs include Bluetooth 5.0, a microSD card slot and NFC which might be market-dependent.
The phone is likely to arrive in 5G markets - Europe is obviously one of them, the other being India. It could arrive in North America and Korea as well, given the fact they have among the most developed next-gen networks.
My problems with samsung is the old design and technology display, pricing, it's overpriced for a lower end chipset pretty disappointing, can someone make a petition or some
Samsung A23 5g cost e300. Even this cpu isn't qualcomm 7 series this is 6th series, price is too much. I think xiaomi 5g phone is best choice for me bcz price is low compared to samsung and hardware also solid.
This phone is far better than unpopular disco phone with unknown brand "nothing". The main competitor of nothing phone is Galaxy A03. But still, Galaxy A03 is lot better because it has popular samsung brand and worldwide official store...