Samsung has finally launched the first F-series phone in India with the new Galaxy F23 5G. In the past, Samsung has quietly introduced the Galaxy M23 & Galaxy M33 5G on its website. Now the Galaxy F23 5G is making its global debut with India and will be Flipkart exclusive. It comes in two colors Aqua Blue & Forest Green. It will go on sale from March 16.


The new Galaxy F23 5G will come with a known design and looks almost similar to Galaxy A33 5G. Yes, the Galaxy M23 5G will come with the same waterdrop notch at the front with thicker bezels surrounding the display. In a similar fashion to the newly leaked Galaxy A33 5G, the Galaxy F23’s back cameras are arranged in a raised camera bump.


In addition to the power button and volume rocker, the Galaxy F23 5G sports a USB-C port at the bottom. To listen to music, you’ll need to use USB-C or Bluetooth earphones. The SIM Card slot is placed on the left. It measures 8.5mm thick with a camera bump of 10.3mm thick. It weighs 198g and features a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.


The new Galaxy F23 5G will now sport 6.6 inches FHD+ TFT display with 120Hz refresh rate support. Sadly, the device still features a waterdrop notch instead of a punch-hole. The Galaxy F23 5G will be powered by SD750G SoC coupled with 4GB/6GB RAM and 128GB storage. It also gets MicroSD card support.

The new Galaxy F23 5G features a 50MP main sensor with OIS support, 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP macro sensor. It comes with a 13MP selfie shooter under the notch.

The connectivity option includes Dual SIM with 5G, 4G LTE, A-GPS, GLONASS, Dual Band Wifi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, 3.5 mm audio jack, and USB Type-C port. The Galaxy A22 5G  packs the same 5000 mAh battery with 25W fast charge support and runs on Android 11 OS. It comes with 5G SA/NSA with support for 12 5G bands.

The new Galaxy F23 5G with 4GB+128GB cost Rs.17,499 & 6GB+128GB cost Rs.18,499 in India. The launch offers include flat Rs.1499/- off which makes the price down to Rs.14999 & Rs.15999/- respectively. The offer is exclusive to ICICI Bank users.