By TechThop Team
Posted on: 11 Aug, 2022
The Samsung Galaxy 23e smartphone is expected to be launched soon by the South Korean smartphone brand Samsung. Samsung has not yet provided any official details.
However, before the official announcement of the smartphone can take place, renders of the phone have leaked online in advance.
The leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy A23e suggest that the smartphone might have a water drop-style display and come with a 5.8-inch Infinity V display, in agreement with the leaked renders.
A single camera might be mounted on the back of the device. Samsung Galaxy A23e is believed to be the successor to the Galaxy A23 5G, which debuted recently.
The sources have revealed that Steve H. McFly, one of the most popular tipsters on the internet, has been working with Pricebaba to leak the alleged renders and specifications of Samsung's new smartphone.
The renders that have been leaked show the device in black and white colors with the Galaxy branding on the back of the device. Samsung's upcoming phone will feature a single camera sensor on the back arranged in the upper left corner, along with an LED flash.
As we can see from the image, the smartphone features a power button and volume rocker on the left side of the handset. According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy A23e will run on Android 12 running One UI 5.1 on top of that.
A new leak has revealed the handset could feature a 5.8-inch V-shaped display, have a single rear camera, and be equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor which will enable secure authentication of the device.
As for the Samsung smartphone, it could come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, and it could also come with fast wired charging of 25W. A dedicated microSD card slot is expected to be included in the phone, along with a size of 149.8x70.7x8.9mm.
Samsung Galaxy A23e will come with an upgrade over the Galaxy A23 5G that was launched earlier this month and might come with some features that have already been confirmed.
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