The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G smartphone has been in the news for over six months now. The device was first rumoured to be available in 4G as well as 5G variants back in November 2021 and a couple of weeks back the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G was spotted on the Geekbench website revealing details like processor, RAM, and operating system.
Further, the device was also spotted on the BIS website in India along with the Galaxy A04s, hinting at an imminent launch of the Galaxy A series phone. Now, the Galaxy A23 5G has been spotted on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website revealing more details of the upcoming decision.
Samsung Galaxy A23 5G Details Listed on FCC
The Samsung Samsung Galaxy A23 5G has been spotted on the FCC website in the US with the following model numbers and variants:
- SM-A236M/DS, SM-A236M/DSN, SM-A236M/N
- SM-A236B/DS, SM-A236B/DSN, SM-A236B/N
- SM-A236E/DS, SM-A236E/DSN, SM-A236E/N
As you can see, on the FCC website the upcoming Galaxy A23 5G device has been posted with three models and variants. Based on the image from FCC, it looks like the device will come with at least a triple rear camera setup, if not a quad camera setup. As the name suggests, the phone will come with support for a 5G network and will offer multiple 5G bands. It will also come with dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 LE. Support for microSD card and NFC is also mentioned in the certification.
The device will come with support for 25W faster charging and it has been listed with a 25W charger (adapter) as well. For testing purposes, Samsung has used Galaxy M52 5G’s battery, which is rated at 5,000mAh.
Based on the Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G phone might be powered by Snapdragon 695 SoC, Adreno 619 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and Android 12 operating system based on One UI 4.1 skin.