The Galaxy A23 is priced between RM839 and RM895 in Malaysia. The specifications include a 6.6″ PLS LCD display, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM, an 8MP front camera, a 50MP + 5MP + 2MP + 2MP rear camera, a 5000mAh battery (with 25W fast charging), and a Snapdragon 680 4G chipset. The smartphone comes in black, white, peach, and blue, and can be purchased via Shopee MY and Lazada MY. To view the current offer pricing, click any of the buttons below.
Key Features of the Galaxy A23
The Samsung Galaxy A23 is an affordable smartphone with a big, optically stabilized front-facing camera and the most recent version of Samsung's software. Design-wise, the Galaxy A23 looks like other A-series phones, but there are several variations. To start with, the A23 has a glossy and plasticky appearance rather than a matte one.
The camera bump on the A23 blends in with the back panel, but it does not extend into the plastic frame as it does on other smartphones. The phone is easy to get fingerprints on, and unlike the more expensive A-series phones, it feels big and heavy in your hand.
The Gorilla Glass 5 protects the screen on the A23's front, while the 90-hertz refresh rate ensures a smooth viewing experience. The rapid refresh rate makes the screen appear to move more fluidly, but only to a certain extent. If you're not using the display, it will lower its frequency to 60 Hz in order to conserve power.
Due to the absence of an ambient light sensor, the auto brightness mode on the A23 relies on the selfie camera to assess light levels. The auto brightness adjustment is a little sluggish and occasionally unresponsive. Brightness is acceptable for indoor use but not enough to read in the sun outside, especially on a Full HD LCD panel.
A headphone connector and a single bottom-firing speaker are included in the Galaxy A23. You can use the fingerprint reader on the side of the Galaxy A23, which is integrated into the power button, to wake it up and unlock it. The Galaxy A23 also comes with 64 or 128 gigabytes of storage, both of which can be expanded with a microSD card.
The user interface is identical to the one utilized by Samsung's flagship devices. It uses One UI 4.1, which is based on Android 12. Some features, like Bixby and Samsung Pay, aren't there, but you can still use most of the phone's features, and Samsung promises to make security updates every three months for at least four years.
The Galaxy A23 is capable of running games efficiently, but the experience is going to be subpar for anything more demanding. The Galaxy A23, much like the model from the previous year, comes equipped with a sizable 5000 mAh battery, and the battery life is rather exceptional. It has a rapid charging capability of 25 watts but only comes with a charger that is 15 watts, which allows the user to charge the phone from 0% to 30% in around half an hour.
The smartphone also boasts a 50-megapixel main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS), a 5-megapixel ultrawide camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a depth sensor. When it comes to image quality, the A23's main cam is a standout performer. Even though the colours are a little oversaturated, the crispness and fine detail are quite good. The phone's 8MP front-facing camera does a fantastic job of taking photos. There is enough sharpness and detail, as well as a vibrant colour palette. The maximum resolution for video recording is 1080p.