The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has been certified by the Safety Korea inspection body. A stage that generally precedes a more or less imminent commercialization.
The Galaxy range had not been entitled to any Fan Edition model for the vintage S22. Samsung should change the situation and release an FE version again for its S23 family, if we are to believe the many clues observed in recent months. A new strong index spotted by Galaxy Club tends to make us think it even more.
A model number supposedly attributed to the Galaxy S23 FE was indeed seen on the inspection body Safety Korea, for a certification history. As a reminder, this type of step is generally one of the last before marketing. So that means two things.
See you at the end of July?
First, the existence of a Galaxy S23 FE no longer really seems to be proven. Secondly, its launch or at least its presentation would be expected in the coming weeks. Obviously, some would say that the Galaxy Unpacked normally held in July will be the perfect time.
This conference – whose official date has not been confirmed – will give pride of place to the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5. But we are not immune to an announcement around the Galaxy S23 FE.
Small concessions on the menu
As a reminder, products stamped “FE” aim to make small compromises in order to bring their price down, while offering a relatively high-end experience. One of them, in this case, would relate to the choice of the processor: an Exynos 2200, against a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip for the flagship models.
In any case, it is advisable to wait a few more weeks before having the end of this story.
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