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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE tipped for restricted Q3 launch

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The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will apparently launch within the third quarter of the yr – however not for everybody.

We had already heard rumours that Samsung was trying to resurrect its Galaxy S Fan Version line for 2023 after skipping out on the Galaxy S22 FE.

Now SamMobile has seemingly stuffed in a number of the particulars on after we would possibly get to see a potential Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, and who would possibly get to see it. In keeping with the web site, Samsung will launch the telephone in Q3 of the yr, however solely in choose markets.

There will probably be a wider launch of the Galaxy S23 FE, however not till This fall of 2023 and even Q1 of 2024 for some territories.

That Q1 2024 declare has us a bit fearful. Relying on the quantity and identification of the territories that obtain the telephone early subsequent yr, it appears like Samsung is making precisely the identical mistake it made with the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE.

The latter telephone was a robust effort, however it was launched manner too late to make for a very aggressive product, arriving lower than two months earlier than the Galaxy S22.

The report additionally claims that the Galaxy S23 FE will probably be powered by an Exynos 2200 chip, which is similar processor that powered final yr’s Galaxy S22 – or no less than, a few of them.

Not like with the Galaxy S22, all fashions of this new FE will probably be powered by the Exynos 2200, together with these offered within the US. Earlier Galaxy S telephones have usually been powered by Qualcomm chips within the US and Samsung’s personal Exynos chips in different territories, together with the UK and Europe.

It’s additionally claimed that the Galaxy S23 FE will characteristic an improved 50MP rear digital camera, which seems to be a step up from the 12MP principal sensors utilized in earlier FE telephones. It’ll have the identical 4500mAh battery as earlier than.

The one query is, will all of it be too little, too late?

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