We’re about four months away since Samsung launched its Galaxy S23 lineup of smartphones: the standard, Plus, and Ultra versions. It is only a matter of time until Samsung brings the FE (Fan Edition) version as well for the 2023 flagship, and now we’re getting the renders of the upcoming device!
We can expect the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE to launch in specific markets in Q3 of the current year. The South Korean giant hasn’t said a word about its upcoming device just yet, but that doesn’t mean that the rest of the world can’t be diligent enough to uncover some important info.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will feature the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset
We can expect some interesting specs that the Galaxy S23 FE will feature, although they clearly cannot be as impressive as the ones offered by the classic Galaxy S23. The FE version will likely carry an AMOLED display of 120Hz for the refresh rate, which is great news for those willing to take lots of photos or play video games.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will also probably sport the powers granted by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. This means that the device will be capable of impressive processing powers. The 50MP main camera confirms that the upcoming FE model will stand out, at least when it comes to photography.
#Samsung Galaxy S23 FE 5G first look.
📱 AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate
🔳 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip
📸 50MP main rear camera
📷 12MP front camera
🔋 4500mAh battery 25 watt charging
– 8.2mm thick #SamsungS23FE #GalaxyS23FE #SamsungGalaxyS23FE pic.twitter.com/QtawxKrjBR
— Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) June 28, 2023
The 4,500mAh battery, accompanied by the 25W charging capabilities, confirms that it will indeed be possible to use the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE device for more than 24 hours during moderate usage.
Overall, the design of the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE looks very familiar. It’s hard to distinguish it from the standard Galaxy S23 model of Samsung, and this aspect will probably be perceived as a two-edged sword. Some will like the design, while others will hate it simply because it doesn’t really bring something new.