Samsung has recently launched its new A-series device, Galaxy A23 5G, in the market of Japan. The respective device is available in this market with a bit of change compared to its global companion. It is introduced here with a smaller display, MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC, and IP68 ratings. This device was already launched in the US and European markets earlier this year and is now followed by the Japanese market.
It is featured with a 5.8-inches TFT LCD with HD+ resolution containing a waterdrop notch for its selfie shooter camera. It has a 50MP quality shooter on the back for rear capturing. Its fingerprint scanner is located on the side where the power button used to be positioned. This device is currently booted with Android 12, along with One UI 4.1 on top of it. It also brought a headphone jack, NFC, and Nano-SIM slot together.
If we talk about its battery capacity, it comes with a 4,000 mAh battery that supports 15W charging with a Type-C USB port. It has got a total of 4GB of RAM with 64GB of internal storage. The total weight of this device is 168 grams with nearly 9.0 mm of thickness. The device has got IP68 ratings for dust and water resistance. To buy this device from the Japanese market, one should pay a price of 32,800 JPY, which is around 18,975 Indian Rupees.
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