Samsung Galaxy M23 5G Listed on FCC Certification Website, Battery and Charging Details Revealed

The Galaxy M23 5G could be powered by Snapdragon 750G processor.


Samsung seems to be prepping up to launch a new M-series handset. The Samsung Galaxy M23 5G was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website just yesterday. Now, in a new development, we have spotted the handset with model number SM-M236B on the FCC certification website. The FCC listing also reveals some key specifications of the upcoming handset. Let us take a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy M32 FCC listing and the specifications.

Samsung Galaxy M23 Clears FCC Certification!

The FCC listing for the handset confirms that it will offer a battery with the model number EB-BM526ABS. Whereas, it would come with a changer that carries model number EP-TA800. To those unaware, this is a 25W charger that supports 9V output at 2.77amp. The handset will also support a micro-SD card.

Samsung Galaxy M23 Specifications and Features

The Samsung Galaxy M23 and Galaxy F23 might be rebranded versions of each other, as has been the case in the past. In case that happens, the Samsung Galaxy M23 will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, as revealed in the Geekbench listing.

To those unaware, the Snapdragon 750G is built on an 8nm fabrication process and brings with it an Adreno 619 GPU and an integrated X52 modem. This is the same processor that powers several other upper mid-range handsets such as OnePlus Nord CEXiaomi Mi 10i, and Samsung Galaxy A52 5G.

The handset will retail in a 6GB RAM variant and will boot Android 12 out of the box. However, as usual, there would be Samsung’s proprietary OneUI skin on top.

As of now, only this much is known about the upcoming Galaxy M23. However, we can expect to learn more about the device in the coming weeks. What do you think of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M23? Do let us know in the comments below.