Even if the top products from the smartphone manufacturers’ offers are the ones that attract the most attention in the online space, the truth is that the devices from the cheaper series are the ones that most users buy. Thus, it is gratifying to see that “leaks” are also beginning to appear about more affordable products, such as the next device in the “entry” range from Samsung. We now have the first images with the Galaxy A23, the budget phone that will be launched soon.
The Galaxy A23 could be Samsung’s best-selling phone in 2022
Even though Samsung has just launched the Galaxy S22, the most likely Galaxy A23 will be the Samsung phone with the highest sales volume in 2022. OnLeaks, a reliable source for such “unofficial” images before launch, has published a gallery of photos with the design of the Galaxy A23, based on plans offered to accessory manufacturers.
Thus, while the images do not exactly describe the final product, it gives us a pretty good idea of the direction in which Samsung will take the design. We can see that the Galaxy A23 borrows the overall shape from last year’s Galaxy A52, the company’s best buy in the mid-range range. It seems to adopt the same matte plastic cover, with a slightly embossed room module. Here we find four lens cutouts, along with a flash. In comparison, the Galaxy S22 and S22 + use only three cameras.
On the front, Samsung seems to be choosing a cheaper option: a screen with a drop-shaped cut-out screen for the front camera, not with a perforated panel. The screen has a diagonal of 6.4 ”, so it falls into the category of large phones. We can expect a high refresh rate, as last year’s A22 also came with a 90 Hz screen. Interestingly, however, Samsung could prepare an on-screen fingerprint sensor instead of the one built into the “power” button.
Rumor has it that the Galaxy A23 could come with a 50 megapixel camera and a variant with 5G connectivity, but we do not yet have information about the chipset that Samsung could use. The official announcement is expected this spring, with a launch in stores in the first half of the year.
source: Phone Arena