We hope that Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will be launching in the next few weeks and we’ve already seen plenty of leaks over the phone. Now a known leak source has revealed it some specifications and an expected release date.
Yogesh Brar posted a list of Samsung Galaxy S23 FE specs on X formerly known as Twitter. This list is mostly consistent with previous leaks and his own leak of the S23 FE.
However, Brar also added that the device will go on sale in September. Another source previously claimed that we would see a limited release in Q3 2023, followed by a fuller release in Q4 2023 and Q1 2024.
On the other hand, a Samsung South Africa executive mentioned last month that an announcement about a new Galaxy FE model would be “coming soon”. So it certainly doesn’t seem far-fetched that we could see the Galaxy S23 FE next month.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE
– 6.4" FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED, 120Hz
– Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 / Exynos 2200
– 50MP (OIS) + 8MP + 12MP (Tele)
– Selfie: 10MP
– Android 13, OneUI 5.1
– 4,500mAh battery, 25W charging
– 4+5 years of support
– wireless charging, IP protection class
— Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) August 23, 2023
Specifications of the Galaxy S23 FE
As for the main specs, Brar claims that Samsung’s new FE device will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Exynos 2200 chipset, a 6.4-inch FHD+ 120Hz OLED display and a 4,500mAh -Battery with 25W cable charging.
The Galaxy S23 FE will offer a 10 MP selfie camera and a triple rear camera system. The latter would consist of a 50 MP main camera with optical image stabilization, an 8 MP ultra-wide camera and a 12 MP telephoto lens.
However, we’re not exactly sure about the ultra-wide and telephoto camera resolutions, as previous FE models offered a 12MP ultrawide and an 8MP telephoto camera.
It is believed that in addition to Android 13, the Galaxy S23 FE will also have an IP rating (probably IP67 or IP68, borrowing from previous FE models), wireless charging and One UI 5.1. It also looks like Samsung will deliver four major operating system updates and five years of security patches.