Samsung has recently confirmed the launch of its cost-effective Samsung Galaxy S23 FE range. In view of the eminence of their introduction, it’s no surprise that the team has finally been seen in a real picture.
The image in question was taken from its passage and certification granted by the Wireless Power Consortium entity. Unfortunately, it is not the best image to know all the physical details of the Galaxy S23 FE, since the model does not even appear with the screen on.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has already been approved by the Wireless Power Consortium
The image that you can see below accompanies the approval granted by the Wireless Power Consortium to the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE. In it we can see some lines very similar to those of the Galaxy S23, which was to be expected.
Although its screen is not turned on, it is possible to see that the edges of the screen will be reduced, in line with the reality of the other tops of the range of the brand. We also notice the presence of the volume and power selector buttons on the right side of the device.
Passing the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE through this certification agency confirms the presence of wireless charging. However, the data contained in the official documents reveals a very slow loading speed.
In fact, the Wireless Energy Consortium lists a charging speed of just 4.4W. Given these values, it is not unreasonable to think that the battery of the Galaxy S23 FE will take several hours to fully charge.
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will feature a 4500 mAh battery. With the charging speed now revealed, wireless charging could take three to four hours to fully recharge the smartphone’s battery.
The rest of the expected specifications point to the presence of the Exynos 2200 processor in Europe or the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in the US and China. It will have up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage.
Its screen will be a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. There aren’t many surprises yet, but the Galaxy S23 FE is expected to inherit the 500MP sensor from the Galaxy S23.