Leaked: Samsung Galaxy M23 5G Details Online
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Leaked: Samsung Galaxy M23 5G Details Online

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Samsung Galaxy M23 5G price, features, and configuration have been tipped in another hole. It is supposed to be a smartphone of the average price range, not higher. The tip proposes that the Galaxy M23 5G will be fueled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC and would run on Android 12. The leaked information said that the phone has a triple camera arrangement in a pill-design module, which is not the same as the square-formed camera unit of its earlier version, the Galaxy M22. The release of the Samsung Galaxy M23 5G might be around the edge as a support page for the cell phone has already shown up on the organization's India site.

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A report by MySmartPrice citing industry sources has spilled renders of the Samsung Galaxy M23 5G, aside from its normal cost and particulars. The handset is seen conveying a triple camera arrangement rather than the Samsung Galaxy M22's quad-camera arrangement. Renders propose a waterdrop-style notch display, which Samsung is relied upon to call Infinity-U. A SIM tray should be visible on the left half of the edge and the volume and power buttons on the right side. The power button is said to double up as a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. According to the report, the telephone will come in three color choices.


Samsung Galaxy M23 5G Price (Expected)

The impending Samsung Galaxy M23 5G is relied upon to be estimated competitively for the mid-range section. The report says that its 4GB RAM + 128GB capacity choice will be valued between EUR 250 and EUR 300 (generally Rs 21,000 and Rs. 25,200).

Samsung Galaxy M23 5G Details (Expected)

The smartphone is supposed to be controlled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC and has no less than 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It is tipped to run on Android 12 out of the box with One UI 4.1 on top and contains a 6.6-inch full-HD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. As per the report, the Samsung Galaxy M23 5G will likewise offer a capacity expansion of up to 1TB through a microSD card. It is said to weigh around 198 grams and measure 165.5 x 77.0 x 8.4mm. connectivity choices are tipped to incorporate double SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi, a 3.5mm earphone jack, USB Type-C port, and single speaker.

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For photography, Samsung Galaxy M23 5G is said to convey a rectangular module that houses three sensors and a LED for flash. The triple camera arrangement is supposed to include a 50-megapixel f/1.8 primary camera sensor, combined with an 8-megapixel f/2.2 super-wide camera, and a 2-megapixel f/2.4 macro sensor. The main camera sensor is said to accompany support for optical image stabilization (OIS) and 720p video recording at 120fps as well as 4K video recording at 30fps.

Deep Fake Defense 101: Learn How to Stop the Spread of Deceptive Videos

In recent times, video calls have become a popular way for people to connect with their loved ones or colleagues across the globe. However, it's important to be cautious during video calls, as advancements in technology, particularly artificial intelligence (AI), have made it easier for fraudsters to deceive unsuspecting individuals. A case in point is an incident in northern China where a man fell victim to an AI-driven video call scam involving deepfake technology. Using AI-powered face-swapping, the scammer posed as the victim's close friend during the call and convinced him to transfer a significant amount of money. The victim realized he had been duped when his real friend expressed no knowledge of the call. Fortunately, local police were able to recover most of the stolen money and are actively working to trace the remaining amount. To combat the growing threat of AI-driven scams, China has implemented new rules to provide legal protection for victims and has been tightening its scrutiny of such technology. Now the question arises, how can one spot a fake video call? Here are some signs to watch out for: Video quality: Fake videos often have poor quality. Look for watermarks or other indications that the video is sourced online. Contact information: Verify if the caller is on your contact list and if the displayed name matches the contact information you have for that person. Video sizing: Pay attention to any distortion in the video proportions, as fake video calls may require resizing to fit the webcam window. Given the rise of AI-based scams in India, it is crucial for individuals to remain vigilant and exercise caution during video and voice calls. A study revealed that India has the highest number of victims, with 83% of Indians falling prey to fraudulent activities. Deepfake technology has become a concern in recent years. It involves the use of AI to create realistic yet fake videos or images by collecting and mimicking visual and audio data of the target individual, often obtained from publicly available sources like social media. In summary, staying alert and being aware of the signs of a fake video call can help protect individuals from falling victim to AI-driven scams.

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