Samsung's impending launch of a range of cutting-edge smart devices, including phones, tablets, and the highly anticipated Galaxy Buds FE TWS, is drawing near. Amid this flurry of forthcoming products, the Galaxy S23 Fan Edition (FE) has been a subject of numerous leaks and speculations. Today, Samsung inadvertently confirmed the smartphone's existence as it surfaced on the Spanish Samsung Pay website, raising questions about whether its launch is imminent or if it's currently in the testing phase.
Samsung accidentally confirms Galaxy S23 FE with listing on Samsung Pay support
While the exact launch date remains uncertain, the unexpected appearance of the new Fan Edition smartphone on the Samsung Pay roster has captured the attention of tech enthusiasts.
As for the anticipated specifications and features of the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, it is expected to debut alongside the Galaxy Buds FE. The smartphone is poised to offer impressive performance, with variants powered by either the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Exynos 2200, depending on the region. A 6.3-inch display boasting a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels and a vibrant color depth of 16 million colors is on the cards.
In the battery department, users can anticipate a robust 4370 mAh battery paired with 25W fast charging capabilities. Photography enthusiasts will appreciate the triple-rear camera setup, consisting of a 50MP primary sensor, an 8MP sensor, and an additional 2MP lens. On the front, the smartphone is expected to feature a 10MP sensor for crisp selfies. Storage and RAM options are also diverse, with variants offering 128/256GB storage and 6/8GB RAM configurations to cater to various user preferences.
The Galaxy S23 FE, as indicated by the TENAA listing, boasts dimensions of 76.5 x 158.0 x 8.2 mm and has a weight of 210 grams, emphasizing its compact yet substantial build.
With a rumored price tag of Rs 54,999, the smartphone positions itself in a competitive price range. While there's a strong likelihood of its release in October, given the excitement surrounding this device, it wouldn't be surprising if Samsung decides to unveil it even earlier this month, keeping tech enthusiasts on the edge of their seats.