Samsung Galaxy M23 debuts with a 1080p display, a 60 Hz display and 5G connectivity
Samsung has announced the Galaxy M23, one of four Galaxy A and Galaxy M smartphones it has unveiled today. Like the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23, the Galaxy M23 relies on a 6.6-inch IPS display that resolves at 2,408 x 1,080 pixels. Also, Samsung has not named the SoC that the Galaxy M23 utilises either, a trait it also shares with the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23. For some reason, Samsung only names the chipset as octa-core with 1.8 GHz and 2.2 GHz peak clock speeds.
Additionally, the Galaxy M23 has a 5G modem, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage. According to Samsung’s specification sheet, the device supports up to 1 TB microSD cards, unlike the Galaxy S22 series. Moreover, the Galaxy M23 offers a 5,000 mAh battery, another thing the Galaxy M23 shares with the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23.
Furthermore, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy M23 with a 50 MP primary camera (f/1.8), an 8 MP ultra-wide (f/2.2), a 2 MP depth camera (f/2.4) and an 8 MP front-facing camera (f/2.2). In other words, the Galaxy M23 has the same cameras as the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23 as well, bar their 2 MP rear-facing macro camera.
Samsung has not confirmed how much the Galaxy M23 costs nor when it will be available to purchase. The company states that the smartphone will launch in Deep Green and Light Blue colourways, while GSMArena asserts that the device will be released in Europe and India.