The Samsung Galaxy A23 is yet another generation of Samsung’s low-end to mid-range product selection, which has been doing well over the past few of years. The camera department appears to be the primary focus, as is typically the case with low-cost Samsung phones. Contrasting Samsung’s midrangers with those of competitors, we frequently notice superior ultrawide solutions and more sophisticated main cameras.
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Pros & Cons of Honor Magic4 Pro
- Excellent battery life
- Highly customizable One Ul 4.1, Ships with Android 12
- Good main camera performance
- Mediocre screen quality
- Slow and soggy software
- Slow charging with the provided charger
- Low performance of ultrawide and macro camera
Network & Launch
|Network||GSM /HSPA / LTE|
|Announced||2022, March 04|
|Released||2022, March 25|
The 6.6-inch IPS LCD screen of the Samsung Galaxy A23 features a V-shaped notch that houses the selfie camera. But that is essentially what you would anticipate from a phone in this price range. The 1080 x 2408px resolution is also sufficient.
|Resolution||1080 x 2408 Pixels, 20:9 ratio (400 ppi density)|
|Features||Corning Gorilla Glass 5, Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor|
Hardware & OS
|System Chip||Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SM6225 (6nm)|
|OS||Android 12, One UI 4.1|
|Processor||Octa-core, 2 x 2.4GHz Kryo 265Gold + 4 x 1.9GHz Kryo 265 Silver|
|GPU||Yes, Adreno 610|
|Card Slot||microSDXC (dedicated slot)|
One advantage of the Samsung Galaxy A23 is that it has four major cameras on the back of the device, including a 50 MP f/1.8 normal wide-angle camera, a 5 MP f/2.2 123 degree ultrawide camera, a 2 MP f/2.2 macro camera, and a 2 MP f/2.2 depth-of-field camera.
Body & Design
In comparison to its more economical Galaxy A13 sister, the Samsung Galaxy A23 shares a common design language with the Galaxy A33 and the A53. This indicates that although the camera module is slightly exposed, it is not a separate component. Even if the sides are rounded, it is still a component of the back panel. The Galaxy A23 has a unibody design, whereas the A23 does not. The side frame and the plastic rear panel are independent components.
|Dimension||164.5 x 76.9 x 8.4 mm (6.48 x 3.03 x 0.33 inches)|
|Weight||195g (6.88 oz)|
|Build||Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5), plastic frame, plastic back|
|SIM||Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)|
|Keys||Left: Volume control, Lock/Unlock key|
|Colors||Black, White, Peach, Blue|
Connectivity & Multimedia
|Bluetooth||5.2 A2DP, LE
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot|
|USB||Type-C (reversible) 2.0|
|Location:||GOS, A-GPS, GALONASS, GALILEO, BeiDou, Cell-ID, Wi-FI Positioning|
|NFC||Yes (market region dependent),|
|Headphone||Yes, 3.5mm Jack|
|Speaker||Earpiece, Loud Speaker|
|Screen Mirroring||Wireless Screen Share|
|Capacity||Li-lon 5000mAh, non-removable|
It is clear that the Galaxy A23’s price is out of line with its features. There are numerous competitors who are better equipped for the position, including some who are a little more seasoned – from last year. There may even be some domestic rivalry soon. The Galaxy A23 does have a dependable battery life and produces some respectable photographs during the day, but these features scarcely suffice to make it appealing.