Tech giant Samsung will reportedly launch a fan edition of the S23 series in the fourth quarter of this year that will feature an Exynos chip. As reported by SamMobile, the upcoming Galaxy S23 FE will be powered by the Exynos 2200 chip in all markets including the US.
The Exynos 2200 was the tech giant’s first chip with an AMD graphics processing unit (GPU), and also powered the Galaxy S22 series in Europe. The S23 FE smartphone is expected to sport a 50MP rear camera.
It will likely come in 128GB and 256GB storage variants with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. Furthermore, the Galaxy S23 FE is expected to pack the same 4,500mAh battery as its predecessors, the report added.
Meanwhile, last month, it was reported that the tech giant was not planning to launch a fan edition for the S-series this year, which means that the ‘Galaxy S23 FE’ will not be launched. The company didn’t even release the Galaxy S22 FE last year. So, it seemed like the tech giant was done with offering the Fan Edition.
Samsung is reportedly planning to equip the Galaxy S24 Ultra with a 144Hz display – making it the smoothest display ever on a Samsung phone.
A higher refresh rate ensures smoother animations, especially in games, so a 144Hz refresh rate on the display should be a welcome change. However, the downside is the rapid power consumption. Samsung has managed to reduce the battery drain rate when the high refresh rate is enabled on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, so it is likely that the company will optimize battery consumption on the Galaxy S24 Ultra for the high refresh rate.
Rest of the specifications of the display are unclear, but previous reports have suggested other features like satellite connectivity on the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Samsung announced satellite connectivity for its Galaxy smartphones earlier this year and said that future Exynos chips will be integrated with that technology. Samsung is also working on an improved range of Exynos chips, which could power the next Galaxy S flagship phone.
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