Samsung launches another budget-friendly 5G phone in the US

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Despite the fact that it is a huge stock of unsold phones, Samsung continues to launch new devices to stay relevant in a highly competitive market that has been declining for several quarters. One of the phones Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A23 5G very soon, has been tipped to arrive in the US after it was originally planned for a European launch. It’s a cheap phone that matches the Galaxy A23 4G in specs, but with a few exceptions given the 5G name. Unlike the 4G model with a Snapdragon 680 processor, the The 5G version is expected to be a Snapdragon 695 5G CPU, a chipset that is mostly intended for mid-range phones rather than the cheapest.

Another minor upgrade over the Galaxy A23 4G is the 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, as opposed to the 5-megapixel ultra-wide sensor in the regular model. To summarize, the Galaxy A23 4G comes with a quad camera that consists of 50MP main, 5MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensors.

Recently Spotted on Geekbench (via MySmartPrice), the Galaxy A23 5G only runs 4GB of RAM, which is probably the cheapest variant. Like the 4G model, it will likely come in multiple variants based on the amount of memory: 6/64 GB, 6/128 and 8/128 GB of RAM.

What’s really interesting about the list is the model number, SM-A236U, which is mostly reserved for US-facing phones. Apart from that, nothing else has been revealed about the Galaxy A23 5G, but if the rest of its specs are similar to the 4G model, it would also have a large 6.5-6.6 inch display and a 5000 mAh battery with Must have 25W fast charging. No word on price yet, but it won’t be cheaper than the Galaxy A13 5G, which retails for $250 in the US.

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