Samsung Galaxy A23 5G got approval from FCC and Bluetooth SIG databases
Earlier this year, Samsung launched the LTE variant of Galaxy A23 smartphones with some advanced specifications. Now the Korean tech giant is gearing up to launch the 5G variant of the device.
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According to the new information, the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G got approval from the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and Bluetooth SIG certification databases, ahead of the launch.
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It looks like the device will make its availability in various markets including the United States and Europe. Here’s what the two certification sites expose about the upcoming phone.
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Samsung Galaxy A23 5G FCC
The US’s FCC certification site doesn’t reveal any major information about the device. It unveils that the phone has a model number SM-A236E. At the same time, other variants of the device including SM-A236M and SM-A236B have also appeared on the FCC.
Samsung Galaxy A23 5G Bluetooth SIG
The Bluetooth SIG certification for the Galaxy A23 5G certifies the device with the same model number as the FCC. At the same time, it says that the phone will support Bluetooth 5.1.
Besides these, the listings don’t mention any other information about the product. However, previous reports claim that it will come with Snapdragon 695 processor, quad camera with a 50MP primary shooter, dual-SIM capabilities, dual-band Wi-Fi 5, and NFC.
Further, as of now, there has been no information about the launch date of the forthcoming phone. Samsung is holding a Galaxy Unpacked event on August 10 to uncover the Galaxy Z4 series, Watch 4 series, Buds 2 Pro, and new OS or watches and phones. It’s expected the Galaxy A23 5G will launch after the event.
Not 5x, Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 10x optical zoom camera could get upgrade
Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 devices in late July in South Korea. Since foldable phones are not as popular as regular ones, Samsung fans are eager to know about the Galaxy S24 series, specifically the camera capabilities of Ultra.
Yesterday, a reliable blog disclosed that the company is considering replacing the 3x optical zoom camera sensor with a new 5x solution. However, the latest input (via @Tech_Reve) suggests that Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will copy the S23 Ultra’s camera configuration, but with a slightly upgraded 10x.
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According to the information, Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra would not be equipped with a 5x telephoto camera. Meanwhile, the device uses the same 3x telephoto camera as its predecessor. The only camera upgrade is the 10x zoom sensor, which undergoes minor improvements.
It’s worth mentioning that the South Korean tech giant first debuted its dual Telephoto strategy with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It brought the same camera configuration three times in a row, and the latest rumor claims that it will be the same next year as well.
In the past, a tipster revealed that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have only three camera sensors, citing Samsung’s plan to abandon the 3x Telephoto in favor of a new sensor capable of variable zoom. The same source later claimed that the company has canceled the variable zoom camera plan.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra does not feature a 5x telephoto camera. It uses the same 3x telephoto camera as its predecessor.
The only camera upgrade is the 10x zoom sensor, which undergoes minor improvements.
And also, The variable 3x to 10x telephoto camera has been canceled. pic.twitter.com/PswkkNJbRK
— Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) June 2, 2023
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Samsung tested Exynos 2300-powered Galaxy S23 Ultra: Rumor
This year, Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy processor. Since Samsung went Snapdragon exclusive this year and looks like it still has Galaxy S23 Ultra in the works, which is equipped with Exynos 2300 chipset.
A few days back, a mysterious Samsung smartphone carrying model number SM-S919O was spotted on Geekbench. Reports emerged that it is the upcoming Galaxy S23 FE smartphone, which uses the unreleased Exynos 2300 processor under the hood.
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Meanwhile, reliable Samsung source @UniverseIce now says that there are speculations that the recently tested SM-S919O device is speculated to be a Galaxy S23 Ultra, powered by Exynos 2300. Well, the company would not release this phone, while it might be internally kept for testing purposes.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy processor is the biggest selling point of the newly released Galaxy S23 series. It’s the first time when the South Korean tech giant is shipping a Galaxy S flagship equipped with Qualcomm’s powerful processor, which always defeated Exynos.
Samsung Galaxy F54 to support four Android and five years of software updates
Samsung’s mid-range phones are getting benefited of its 2022’s software updates policy. Now, it looks like the Galaxy F54 5G would be the next Samsung phone and the first in the F lineup to support four Android and five years of software updates.
Tipster YogeshBrar revealed that it’s most likely that Samsung Galaxy F54 5G will support five years of software updates and four major Android OS versions. The source further added that the One UI could be full-fledged rather than the One UI Core version.
Notably, the Galaxy F54 5G is following the same path as the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy M54 smartphones. Design-wise, it looks like a sibling of both before-mentioned devices, while the specifications difference makes it a tweaked version with affordability.
As the new F series phone is pre-installed with Android 13-based One UI 5.1, four OS upgrades promise will keep it feature-loaded until Android 17. The F54 is scheduled for June 2023 launch in India, ensuring security patches until June 2028.
It’s worth mentioning that the Galaxy A24 is the cheapest smartphone in the Android world, which brings support for 4 major OS upgrades and five years of security patches. It’s expected that the company will further extend its software policy for flagship models next year.
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