Samsung Galaxy S23 FE Will Have a Better Selfie Camera Than Expected

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We kept getting details about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, as the South Korean giant couldn’t possibly avoid releasing a Fan Edition of its best flagship so far. A comprehensive rundown of specs for the soon-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has been unveiled. The smartphone is set to operate on either the Exynos 2200 chipset or the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. On top of that, the device will be preloaded with Android 13, ensuring an easy transition to Android 14 when the time comes.

However, the news for today has to do with the cameras of the forthcoming phone, and the big picture already looks pretty good for those who are willing to grab the best features of the Galaxy S23 series at a lower price.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will have a 10MB selfie camera

The camera hardware of the Galaxy S23 FE is the focus of a recent report discovered by Android Police via the Galaxy Club. The selfie camera will feature a 10MP sensor instead of the 32MP that was added on the prior Galaxy S21 FE. This future change isn’t a downgrade, however; the 10MP sensor features Dual Pixel PDAF for rapid autofocus in various lighting conditions.

The rear camera of the Galaxy S23 FE is expected to sport a 50MP primary sensor, while the 8MP telephoto sensor from the Galaxy S21 FE might be retained. Despite chip shortages delaying the Galaxy S21 FE, the Galaxy S23 FE is set for a timely release at some point this year, with potential upgrades beyond the camera, including CPU variants.

Judging by other sources, the next iteration of the S23, the FE variant, is poised to showcase a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen graced with a FullHD+ resolution. Setting the stage for a premium visual experience, the refresh rate stands at 120Hz. Furthermore, this display will benefit from the safeguarding prowess of the Gorilla Glass Victus technology, ensuring durability and resilience.

Cristian Antonescu
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