Samsung has dropped a breadcrumb trail to excitement. The support page for the awaited Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is live in Kazakhstan. We're hearing whispers that we might get an official sneak peek at the smartphone as soon as September rolls around.
This marks the return of FE devices, and it's been a while – the last time we saw one was back in early 2022 with the Galaxy S21 FE. Just to jog your memory, FE devices typically bring along most of the key features from Samsung's flagship Galaxy S series (this time it's the Galaxy S23), but they make a few strategic cuts here and there to keep things budget-friendly.
Let's dive into the details we've got thus far. The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is set to make its entrance in September, and what's under the hood depends on where you are. There could be a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or an Exynos 2200 chipset powering this smartphone. Its display is a 6.4in, 120Hz AMOLED, and it packs a 4,500mAh battery that juices up with 25W charging.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is decked out with a 50MP main camera, an 8MP telephoto lens (probably sporting a 3x zoom), and a 12MP ultrawide lens. And for those perfect selfies, there's a 10MP front camera. Plus, it's all powered by Android 13 with the OneUI 5.1 on top. Stay tuned to get more details on the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE!