Recently, the number of rumors and leaks about the next generation of the Galaxy A series has increased. The Galaxy A13, the successor to the Galaxy A12, was also presented by Samsung at the event.
However, until recently, the Samsung Galaxy A23 was the only phone in this future portfolio that has been kept under wraps. Its camera and connection details, at long last, have been discovered by reliable sources.
SK Hynix is said to be supplying Samsung with camera sensors for the Galaxy A22’s replacement, according to a claim from prominent Korean news outlet The Elec. A South Korean semiconductor manufacturer has been the primary supplier of image sensors for Samsung’s lower-end smartphones for several years. More advanced and feature-rich than ever before are their latest sensors.
Instead of the 48MP camera seen on the Galaxy A22 from last year, the Galaxy A23 will feature a 50MP SK Hynix sensor. Samsung, on the other hand, is incorporating optical image stabilization (OIS.) In this price range, mechanical stabilization of any kind is rare.