Samsung Galaxy F23 will be launched in India in March. Price less than 20,000 rupees

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Galaxy f23 India coming soon

Samsung is aiming to meet the budget segment by launching its flagship Galaxy S22 series in India and then launching a new Galaxy F series smartphone (known as the Galaxy F23) in India. According to a recent report, the launch could take place later this month. Let’s take a look at the details.

Samsung Galaxy F23 coming soon in India

In a recent report, 91 Mobile Citing industry sources that Samsung will launch a new Galaxy F phone in India Second week of March.. The name of the device is not mentioned, but given its recent discovery on Samsung India’s official website, it is expected to be the Galaxy F23.

The report also reveals it Device price can be less than 20,000 rupees, Much like most Galaxy F smartphones in India. The Samsung Galaxy F23 is the successor to last year’s Galaxy F22 and will be the first Galaxy F-series device launched in India in 2022.

Samsung Galaxy F23: Rumored specs and features

Little is known about the key specifications and features of the Galaxy F23 at this time.However, according to reports, smartphones are 5G 6.4 inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rateIn contrast to the F22’s 90Hz screen.

Under the hood, The Galaxy F23 can be equipped with the Snapdragon 765 GSoC., This is a decent midrange 5G chipset, but I feel it’s out of date in 2022. The Geekbench list reveals that you can pair chipsets. At least 6GB of RAM.. In addition, there is a 5,000mAh battery that is reportedly downgraded from the Galaxy F22’s 6,000mAh battery.

When it comes to cameras, the device is said to have 48MP rear camera (similar to its predecessor) and 13MP selfie.. It is expected to run Android 12 based One UI 4.0 as it is.

Now, it’s worth mentioning that none of the above information has been confirmed by Samsung. Therefore, it is advisable to take these details with a grain of salt. The company will announce details of the Galaxy F23 shortly. Therefore, please look forward to future updates.

Featured image: Galaxy F22 representation