Not as confusing and all over the place as in many other markets, the Samsung Galaxy A family of low-end and mid-range Android handsets in the US is still a bit… confusing, including (among other things) a brand new spanking entry-level and slightly older A14 5G model A23 5G device with superior specifications.
The latter is of course also more expensive than its younger sibling, normally fetching $299.99 in an unlocked 64GB storage variant. in the absence of similar discounts for the Galaxy A14 5G, this old 6.6-inch definitely looks like the smartest “investment”.
Yes, the Galaxy A23 5G is still $50 more expensive than the A14 5G, but for that $50 you get a lot nifty improvements and valuable upgrades. While both ultra-affordable phones come with the exact same screen size and a somewhat outdated notch, the thinner 5G-enabled A23 sports bezels, an overall thinner and lighter body, a smoother display, a faster charging and an additional rear-facing shooter.
With 120Hz screen refresh rate tech, a hefty 5,000mAh battery, and a reasonably powerful Snapdragon 695 processor, the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G can arguably take on just about any best budget phones in usa… available at its recently reduced price, which is not something that can be routinely said about the global industry leading brand.
Now, we realize a $50 markdown might not seem dramatic (by high-end standards), but the unlocked Galaxy A23 5G has has only been updated once a few times before (without initial carrier activation) and never deeper than that.
You’re also eyeing the handset’s first decent US deal in a few months here, beating what Samsung’s official online store can offer at the time of this writing (without exchange) 15 dollars.
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