The Galaxy A23 should be made official by Samsung soon, being an entry-level phone with features that put it in a position to compete with intermediate models. Now its 4G version has been found in a benchmark test, with features revealed that include a Qualcomm chipset.
Found in a test on Geekbench, one of today’s top benchmark platforms, the Galaxy A23 4G should be identified by the model number “SM-A235”. Analyzing this identification, you can see that the first three characters after the dash refer to the name of the cell phone, while the number “5” says that it only supports the 4G network.
Here he was seen with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chip, even present in the Redmi Note 11, which has four cores clocked at 1.9 GHz and another four cores at 2.4 GHz. The platform is still accompanied by 4 GB of RAM , and the phone must run Android 12 operating system out of the box.
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It managed to score 383 points in the test with just one core and another 1,618 points when using the entire CPU performance.
Other rumors about the device have already happened in the past. Apparently, the smartphone will have a 6.6-inch screen, with a drop-shaped notch, using IPS LCD technology. There must be four cameras, with a main sensor of 50 MP, an ultrawide sensor of 8 MP, a macro sensor of 2 MP and a depth sensor also of 2 MP.
Anyway, there is still no pricing information, not even details on when the Galaxy A23 4G will be made official by Samsung. The brand is also expected to bring a variant with 5G support, which has also been rumored. It is not yet known if they will be released together.