Samsung has officially announced a new mid-range model in the South Korean market known as the Galaxy Buddy2. Despite sporting a brand new moniker, this device is essentially a rebranded model of the Galaxy M23 5G that was launched back in March this year.
For starter, the Samsung Galaxy Buddy2 builds around a 6.6” TFT display offering a FHD+ screen resolution alongside a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. To help with selfies and video calls, it also has an 8 megapixels front-facing camera tucked into a waterdrop-notch along the upper bezel.
Over on the rear side, the phone features a rectangular camera module which houses a trio of cameras that include a 50 megapixels main camera, 8 megapixels ultra-wide camera, as well as a 2 megapixels depth sensing unit for portrait photography.
Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy Buddy2 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 750G chipset which will be paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage which can be further expanded via a microSD card.
To keep it’s lights on, the Galaxy Buddy2 draws power from a respectable 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast-charging support. Software-wise, it’ll be shipped with One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 OS out of the box.
Those who’re interested can pick the phone from three different colorways such as Deep Green, Light Blue and Orange Copper. It’ll be priced at 399,300 KRW ($305) for the 4GB+128GB trim in the South Korean market.