The Samsung Galaxy A23 5G was spotted at Geekbench with a Snapdragon 695

In March, Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy A23, a smartphone that is powered by Android 4.2 and Snapdragon 680. In the following months, there was some evidence that a 5G model would be released.

This means that the Galaxy A23 5G is powered for the most part by a Snapdragon 695 chip, an improved version of the SD 690 chip which provides mmWave 5G capabilities,

It is likely that the mmWave communications will only be available in the US if the mmWave connectivity is included in the actual device.

On The Geekbench website, the phone was reported to have 4GB of RAM and to run Android 12 (with One UI 4 on top of it). 

With the 6GB and 8GB RAM versions of its 4G sister as well, the 5G tablet should be able to provide more combinations given that there are also 6GB and 8GB RAM versions available.

Though the Galaxy A23 5G has been represented in 3D, there are no obvious differences between the 2D and 3D representations.

Despite the fact that measurements suggest that a 6.55' screen is on the way, it is unknown which type of panel will be used.

On the back, there is a quad camera with a 50MP main sensor, a 5MP ultra-wide sensor, a 2MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor along with a 6.6' 90Hz LCD display and of course the 8MP selfie camera. 

It is worth mentioning that the 5,000mAh battery can support fast charging at a maximum of 25W, as detailed by GSM Arena.

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