After launching the Galaxy S22 flagship series, now Samsung is expected to soon announce another mid-range smartphone from the Galaxy A, Galaxy M, and Galaxy F lines.
After launching the Galaxy S22 series on Unpacked last Wednesday, Samsung is now expected to announce smartphone others from the mid-range via the Galaxy A, Galaxy M, and Galaxy F series. Recently, reports indicated the upcoming Galaxy M23 5G appeared on the FCC certification page.
Reported from Gizmochina (12/2), the Samsung Galaxy M23 5G appears with the model number SM-M236B/DS. According to the listing, the handset will have a MicroSD card slot and be powered by a battery with model number EB-BM526ABS.
This particular battery is also listed on the SafetyKorea certification website. However, it does not show any information regarding its capacity. Furthermore, the FCC listing says the phone will use a charger with the model number EP-TA800. To note, this model number is the same as the Samsung 25W charger.
There are no other related clues smartphone from the FCC list. But following previous leaks, the Galaxy M23 5G may come with a 50MP main camera equipped with OIS. The device is also said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset, Bluetooth 5.0, and Android 12.
Usually, the Galaxy M series is a rebranding of smartphone Galaxy A. For that matter, the Galaxy M23 5G is likely the updated Galaxy A23 5G. The device may also be released as the Galaxy F23 5G in some markets.