Samsung Galaxy A23 5G spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 695

The Snapdragon 680-powered Samsung Galaxy A23, a 4G phone, was released in March.The first hints of a 5G mobile phone surfaced a few months later, and the phone has now been spotted at Geekbench.The phone, model SM-A236U, appears to be a US model.According to the initial May report, there ought to be a European version as well.

The upgraded version of the Snapdragon 690 chip that powers the Galaxy A23 5G is called the Snapdragon 695. It supports mmWave 5G, has 15% more CPU performance, and is 30% faster than the GPU thanks to the upgraded Kryo 660 cores and Adreno 619.If the actual model has mmWave connectivity, it probably only works in the United States.

According to the Geekbench scorecard, that phone had 4GB of RAM and ran Android 12 with One UI 4.The 5G model ought to offer additional configurations in addition to the versions with 6GB and 8GB of RAM that it shares with its 4G sibling.

The Galaxy A23 5G has been shown in 3D, but there are no obvious differences.Its measurements indicated a display of 6.55 inches, but the type of panel is unknown.

The back of the 4G phone has a quad camera with 50MP main, 5MP ultra wide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth, as well as an 8MP selfie camera. It also has a 6.6″ 90Hz LCD FHD+.25W fast charging is supported by its 5,000mAh battery.

The ultra-wide camera will have an 8MP sensor, according to reports, and the 5G version will share some or all of these specs, possibly with some upgrades.

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