While the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A13 are available in the US, some versions, including the Galaxy A33, are restricted to other territories. Samsung’s Galaxy A-series phones target various price points and specs, however not all are available in every area. Today, Samsung expands the A-series in the US with a new model.
Today, the Galaxy A23 5G costs $300. At that price, it beats the Galaxy A53’s $450 MSRP. Any A-series customer should examine it before buying the cheaper A13.
As with many Samsung phones, the display shines. It’s a massive 6.6″ FHD+ LCD panel, which, on its own, sounds unremarkable on paper. Its 120Hz refresh rate is smoother than the A13’s 90Hz display. For some, the A23’s better screen may be worth the $50 increase, but it’s not the only one.
The Snapdragon 695 isn’t Qualcomm’s most powerful mobile processor, but it should be an improvement over the A13’s Dimensity 700. This chip should enhance app loading times, gaming, and battery life. The 5,000mAh battery should last a whole day despite the 120Hz increase.
The Galaxy A23 5G has 64GB of internal storage, although microSD is supported. 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 5,000mAh battery round out the phone’s specs.
Samsung’s latest mid-range phone won’t be available for long, if at all. Today, September 1, T-Mobile and AT&T start selling the Galaxy A23 5G. The $299.99 smartphone only comes in black, although there may be cases to add colour.