Samsung Galaxy F23 5G vs. Moto G71: 50MP Camera, 8GB RAM!

Enjoy the new battle between Samsung Galaxy F23 5G vs. Moto G71 with 50MP cameras and 8GB RAM! Discover the winner right below!

Samsung Galaxy F23 5G vs. Moto G71 spesc

The Samsung Galaxy F23 5G is a new member of the Samsung Galaxy family with great Specifications and design. Meanwhile, Moto G71 has a great storage capacity. In detail, the Samsung device ships with different options: 128GB/ 4GB RAM and 128GB/ 6GB RAM (Expandable to 256GB). Meanwhile, the Moto smartphone offers 6GB/ 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage (no card slot).

Thanks to larger RAM, the Samsung team wins this round. As for the display, the Samsung Galaxy F23 5G Specifications offer a 6.6-inch TFT LCD with a resolution of 1080 x 2408 pixels. Moreover, the Moto G71 Specifications flaunt a 6.8-inch IPS LCD resolution of 1080 x 2460 pixels. Hence, Moto defeated Samsung this time, thanks to the larger screen size. Under the hood, the Samsung flagship uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G chipset.

Moreover, the Moto smartphone provides the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G chipset. As for the software system, the Samsung handset works on Android 12 while its rival runs on Android 11. The Samsung Galaxy F23 5G camera features a triple-sensor on the back. It comprises 50MP + 8MP + 2MP snapper. For taking pictures, this handset houses a single 8MP front-facing lens. Besides, the Moto G71 camera consists of a triple 108MP + 8MP + 2MP macro lens on the rear. There is a single 32MP lens around the front for capturing selfies. So, the Moto beast wins with a better camera system. Battery-wise, both Samsung and Moto devices take power from a significant 5000mAh battery cell. 

Samsung Galaxy F23 5G vs. Moto G71 Release Date and price

Both Samsung Galaxy F23 5G and Moto G71 are available for sale now, with Samsung Galaxy F23 5G Release Date taking place last quarter. Concerning the cost, the Samsung Galaxy F23 5G price is $208 ~ Rs. 15,693. Meanwhile, Moto G71 price now begins at around $283 ~ Rs. 21,015. What do you think about these handsets? Please leave a comment below!

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