Introducing Galaxy F23 – Samsung’s mid-range 5G with Snapdragon 750G processor and 120 Hz display
Galaxy F23, which is offered to the market in two matte blue and green colors, compared to F22, has a distinctive design in the rear cameras, which replaces the previous square form with a new and updated design. It has replaced a rectangular area for cameras with large lenses.
These changes in the front area of the device also continued to some extent and despite the repetition of large borders that can be seen around the screen, the form of the upper drop notch has also changed and changed from U It is V-shaped. The dimensions of the phone are apparently 8.4 x 77 x 165.5 mm and it weighs 198 grams. These dimensions in length and width are naturally larger compared to the F22 due to the larger screen, but the thickness of the phone has been reduced by one millimeter and its weight is also 5 grams lighter.
The phone’s 6.6-inch screen is 0.2 inches larger than before, but Unlike the previous year’s model, it does not use Super AMOLED manufacturing technology and is an IPS LCD model. Of course, this issue does not reduce the attractiveness of this panel, because the resolution of the image has reached Full HD Plus from last year’s HD Plus, and since then, the 90 Hz refresh rate of the F22 screen has also been upgraded to 120 Hz. The positive points of this panel do not end there and just like A23, the glass cover Gorilla Glass 5 is also responsible for protecting the screen. The selfie camera above the screen is 8 megapixels and apparently it is not different from before, and the fingerprint sensor is still on the right edge.
The back part of the phone consists of three main cameras, ultrawide and macro, and the depth of field sensor has been removed from it. The main camera of the device is a 50-megapixel model that apparently has an aperture lens of f/1.8, and it is accompanied by an 8-megapixel ultrawide camera with a 123-degree field of view and a simple 2-megapixel macro (for taking pictures from a very close distance).
Samsung for the fifth time after Galaxy A42 5G and A52 5G with M42 5G and F52 5G from 8nm chipset Snapdragon 750G used in the structure of F23, although the cores A77 and A55 along with Adreno 619 graphics compared to processors Qualcomm’s new 7 series, including Snapdragon 780G and Snapdragon 778G are in a lower position, but comparing it with the 12nm chip Helio G80 Galaxy F22 from last year, it looks like a big and acceptable change. The RAM of the phone is 4 or 6 GB, and in both cases, it has 128 GB of internal memory that can be upgraded (up to another 1 TB through a dedicated microSD port).
Samsung has talked about the possibility of using the internal memory to increase the RAM memory in this part and has declared the maximum RAM available in this case to be 12 GB. The details of this upgrade have not been mentioned by Samsung.
The battery of the device is another variation of the F23 Compared to last year’s F22 which, despite the fact that 6,000 mAh has been reduced to 5,000mAh, but instead we have a more energy-efficient processor, and its faster 25W charger offers more speed compared to the previous 15W charger. Apparently, for the first time in a non-flagship phone, Samsung has decided to remove the charger from the device box, and if you wish, you can purchase the phone charger separately.
In the communication options section of the device, apart from supporting 5G on 12 communication bands, you should go to Bluetooth 5, NFC connection and Wi-Fi ac mentioned, and the 3.5 mm headset jack is also present.
Samsung Galaxy F23 with operating system Android 12 and One UI 4.1 user interface from March 16 (25 March 1400) with two prices of 15,999 and 16,999 rupees (with the current currency conversion rate, respectively) 208 and 221 dollars) for 4 GB and 6 GB RAM has been released to the Indian market and there is still no news about the possibility of its presence in other markets.