The South Korean company will launch the Fan Edition model, the fourth member of the Galaxy S23 family, which is the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, during the year.
Samsung has recently launched the new Galaxy S23 family, made up of three models.
According to the latest rumors, a fourth element could be added during this year: the Galaxy S23 FE, which will mark the return of this series after the absence of 2022 (the last announced, in fact, was the Galaxy S21 FE ).
According to reports at home, Samsung will launch a new Fan Edition series Galaxy S smartphone in the second half of 2023.
The device will also be made available in many more countries than in the past with the Galaxy S21 FE, which was launched only in some Asian countries, Europe, and the United States.
The latter model has not been very successful, with few units sold, compared to what was done by the previous Galaxy S20 FE, which instead has placed over 10 million units.
Since the launch of the first version, available in two variants, the real strength of this device has been, in addition to the excellent value for money, the presence of a high-end chip from Qualcomm.
The latter has always been much more appreciated by users than the Exynos chips usually used by the company in the top-of-the-range Galaxy S series in our market.
However, with the change of course imposed by Samsung on the Galaxy S23, it will be interesting to understand what the policy will be to differentiate the FE model.
At the moment there is very little information about it, but the first reports show that the Exynos 2300 chip will not be used.
At this point, it is conceivable that even in this case we can focus on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Gen 2 for Galaxy, as used on the other components of the series, or on the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, in order to position it differently with respect to performance (which would still remain excellent) and price.
For now, these are just hypotheses, but we will certainly return to talk about the Galaxy S23 FE over the next few months.
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