Samsung likely to release ‘Galaxy S23 FE’ this year


Tech giant Samsung is reportedly not planning to launch a fan edition for the S-series this year, which means that the “Galaxy S23 FE” will not be launched. It is still unclear whether the Galaxy S23 FE is not launching this year, is canceled or postponed, reports gizmochina,

Samsung may skip the Galaxy S23 FE this year

However, it is safe to assume that the Galaxy S23 FE will not be launched as the company did not even release the Galaxy S22 FE last year.

Hence, it looks like the tech giant has finished offering the Fan Edition, adds the report.

Since Samsung slashes the prices of its previous S-series, which is usually priced around the new Fan Edition. Hence, the company may indeed be planning to release the handset for the second year in a row.

Earlier in February, as reported by Korean tipster Conor, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is likely to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. Typically, the Fan Edition model comes with slightly trimmed-down hardware and design. Its price is cheaper than Samsung Galaxy S23 series.

As mentioned earlier, Samsung did not launch the Galaxy S22 FE last year. Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G was launched in India for Rs 49,999 and offered 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage.

On February 1 this year, the South Korean giant globally unveiled the Galaxy S23 Ultra (with embedded S Pen), Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 smartphones.

The series introduces faster autofocus and the company’s first Super HDR selfie camera, which jumps from 30fps to 60fps, for better front-facing images and videos.

For users who seek ultimate creative control and customisation, the Galaxy S23 series offers a suite of tools that make any photography experience stand out.

With inputs from IANS

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