Finally, the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy A23 5G was released

Samsung has quietly unveiled the Galaxy A23 5G, a new smartphone in its A-series with support for 5G connectivity.

The new Galaxy A23 is powered by a Snapdragon 695 chipset, which is up to 15 percent faster than the 4G version of the Galaxy A23.

The Samsung A23 5G is a budget-friendly smartphone with a large 6.6-inch display and FHD+ resolution.

The phone also has a "waterdrop" display.

The Galaxy A23 5G also supports 5G connectivity.

The new A23 5G comes with either 64 GB or 128 GB of internal storage. While there are three variations of RAM - 4GB, 6GB, and 8 gigabytes.

The sleek, fast A23 smartphone is powered by Android 12 and OneUI 4.1.

The camera isn't any different from before; it still includes a 64MP main sensor with Optical Image Stabilization for steady videos and photos.

And is joined by a 5MP ultrawide lens to capture all the essentials in every moment, while pair of 2MP macro shooters help you get closer than ever before.

The battery is still a 5,000 mAh cell with 25W fast charging support. There have been no changes made to the device's internals.

We still don't know the pricing for this device, but since it's a 4G model that starts at around $300, we expect at least an additional $50 for the 5G variant.

The new Samsung device is set to be released in at least four color options: blue, black, white, and pink gold.