10 upcoming Samsung smartphones launching in 2023: Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy A34, Galaxy A54, and more

The new Galaxy Z Fold 5 is what we are really waiting for.

With the Samsung Galaxy S23 series launch in India, Samsung is just getting started. The OEM has lined up a bunch of new smartphones, including the much-anticipated foldables, that are expected to launch in 2023. Several reports and rumours are filling the market that there could be more affordable and mir-range Galaxy M and Galaxy A-series phones this year than ever before. We could also see the last FE series smartphone this year. In this article, we have compiled a list of Samsung Galaxy smartphones that rumoured/ expected to launch in 2023. Check it out:

Upcoming Samsung Galaxy smartphones launching in 2023

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5
  • Samsung Galaxy A34
  • Samsung Galaxy A54
  • Samsung Galaxy F44
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy M14
  • Samsung Galaxy M54
  • Samsung Galaxy A92
  • Samsung Galaxy A23e

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

One of the most anticipated smartphones of 2023 is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5. The next generation of the Z Fold series is going to be bigger and better than ever before. A new report from Vietnam suggests the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will sport a new 108MP rear camera, getting in line with all of the Android smartphones that are sporting this new sensor. Apart from that, the phone is expected to get a 64MP secondary camera, a 7.6-inch display, and the yet unnamed Qualcomm Snapdragon 985 processor inside. New dimension leaks also reveal it could be taller and wider than previous generations. As for the launch, it could launch in August 2023, a year after its predecessor. And, pricing is expected to be more or less similar except if more leaks come by in the coming months.

  • Expected price: above Rs 1,00,000
  • Launch: August (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

Besides the Galaxy Z Fold 5, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 is also a much-anticipated Samsung smartphone in 2023. Announced last year with the Fold, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 was a revolutionary smartphone in its own right. And, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 needs to top that. Unfortunately, however, there are currently no solid rumours or leaks regarding the specifications of this upcoming foldable smartphone. There are some reports about a redesigned hinge and a larger cover display, but we might have to wait the next few weeks to see what the hype is all about.

  • Expected price: around Rs 80,000
  • Launch: August (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy A34

One of the first few smartphones in the premium Galaxy A series to launch in 2023 is the Galaxy A34. This upcoming 5G smartphone recently made its way to global certification websites, and we have a much closer look at what you can expect. The leaked design shows a waterdrop cutout display that makes the phone look premium. 

In terms of specifications, you can expect a 90Hz display, a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset, 6GB RAM, and more. The phone will likely come out in graphite, violet, lime, and silver colour options.

  • Expected price: around Rs 25,000
  • Launch: Q1 2023 (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy A54

Samsung Galaxy A24

Alongside the Galaxy A34, we also got our first look at the upcoming Galaxy A54, which is more premium in every way. Firstly, the design is more seamless with the punch-hole display. You get a 5,000mAh battery, a 6.4-inch FHD+ panel with 120Hz refresh rate, a 50MP triple camera setup at the back, and an Exynos 7904 processor. While no official launch dates for the Samsung Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 are out yet, expect the phones to come to the Indian market sooner than later.

  • Expected price: around Rs 30,000
  • Launch: Q1 2023 (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy F44

The Galaxy F series from Samsung hasn’t seen much action recently, and the Galaxy F44 might just change it all. Rumoured to launch sometime in the first few months of 2023, this smartphone could bring a refreshing change to the highly competitive mid-range smartphone segment. While there are not a lot of leaks to look at yet, we can expect the Galaxy F44 to come with a 64MP triple rear camera setup, a Super AMOLED display, and one of the mid-range Samsung processors; most likely, an Exynos 980. But obviously, as there is no confirmation from Samsung, we shall have to wait and see the specifications and price tag on offer.

  • Expected price: around Rs 11,000
  • Launch: Q1 2023 (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy S22 FE

Samsung Galaxy S22

The Galaxy FE or Fan Edition series from Samsung has been a matter of controversy recently. First, there were reports of the series being cancelled by the brand, but then new reports claim the phone might just launch in India. In fact, a new report suggests Samsung will hold another Galaxy Unpacked event to launch the new Galaxy S22 FE. It is reported that the Galaxy S22 FE could be the last of the fan edition smartphones, as the Galaxy S23 might not get one next year. 

In terms of expected specifications, we could get an Exynos 2100 processor, 8GB of RAM, 108MP rear camera, 32MP selfie camera, and a 4,200mAh battery on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 FE.

  • Expected price: around Rs 50,000
  • Launch: Q3 2023 (rumoured)

Samsung Galaxy M14

The Samsung M series is also getting a new variant in the form of the Galaxy M14. A new report has leaked the design of the upcoming smartphone, which looks similar to the Galaxy A14 launched recently. You get a curved body design, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, triple rear camera setup, and other generic Samsung features. 

In terms of features, expect a 6.5-inch Full HD+ display, a 48 MP primary camera, a 5 MP ultra-wide camera, a 2 MP macro camera and a 2 MP depth sensor, a 6000 mAh battery with 15W fast charging, and a MediaTek Helio G85 processor under the hood. The smartphone will most likely be based on the Android 11 operating system with Samsung’s One UI 3.1 skin.

  • Expected price: around Rs Rs 15,000
  • Launch: Q2 2023 (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy M54

Much like the Galaxy A23e, we also have some clear design renders for the upcoming Galaxy M54. While the launch date and pricing are not out yet, we do have a lot of leaks to play around with. The renders reveal a seamless design with punch-hole cutout, triple rear cameras, and an overall premium design. The triple rear cameras might come out as a disappointment given the predecessor, M53, had a quad camera setup.

A recent Geekbench listing revealed the smartphone is likely to offer an Exynos 1380 SoC, 8GB RAM, and Android 13 running on it. We could also see a 108MP camera at the back, gradient colour options, and other premium features.

  • Expected price: around Rs 20,000
  • Launch: Q1 2023 (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy A92

The Galaxy A92 is another smartphone in the mid-premium segment that is expected to take the market by storm in 2023. In terms of expected specifications, Galaxy A92 users could expect a 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display, a 64 MP primary camera, a 12 MP ultra-wide camera, a 5 MP macro camera and a 5 MP depth sensor, a 4500 mAh battery with 25W fast charging, and a Snapdragon 865 processor. Much like other Galaxy A series and Galaxy M series smartphones, it will likely run Samsung One 3.1 skin on top of Android 11.

  • Expected price: around Rs 35,000
  • Launch: H2 2023 (unofficial)

Samsung Galaxy A23e

Bringing the Galaxy A series to more cost-friendly pricing is the upcoming Galaxy A23e this year. An exclusive report by Pricebaba reveals our first look at the smartphone, courtesy the design renders. Not much can be said about the design as it is quintessentially Samsung. You get a curved display design, a waterfall-style cutout selfie camera, and a single rear camera. 

In terms of specifications, reports suggest buyers will get a 6.5-inch HD+ display, a 13 MP primary camera, a 2 MP depth sensor, a 5000 mAh battery with 15W fast charging, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor powering it all. In terms of software, expect the same Samsung One UI 3.1 on top of Android 11.

  • Expected price: around Rs 20,000
  • Launch: Q2 2023 (unofficial)