Samsung begins testing the Galaxy S23 FE European firmware
The South Korean conglomerate Samsung introduced the flagship Galaxy S23 series back in February. The smartphones were powered by an exclusive version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips. Since their debut, consumers are now awaiting the release of the Galaxy S23 FE version. in this article, we will discuss some fresh pieces of information about the Galaxy S23 FE.
Samsung has reportedly, started testing the Galaxy S23 FE. Notably, the company is initially testing the European firmware of the device. This firm is a requirement before launching a smartphone. However, the surprising thing here is that Samsung is only testing the European firmware and not the US or South Korean version.
In accordance with the latest information, the Galaxy S23 FE will require more months before it debuts in the market for sale. Such pieces of evidence indicate that the smartphone would likely be debuted after the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5. Since these foldable have already begun firmware testing a few months ago.
It is anticipated that the South Korean tech giant will unveil the new foldable in July. They probably will go on sale in early August. Well, this new report is contrary to the earlier reports that suggested that the Galaxy S23 FE will be introduced before the two new foldable.
It is believed that the Galaxy S23 FE will be powered by an Exynos 2200 SoC. Besides this, the smartphone will feature a 50MP primary camera, it could be the same as the one provided on the S23 series. The Galaxy S23 FE will be fueled by a 4,500mAh battery. It will come with two different storage options i.e., 6GB and 8GB of RAM, and 128GB and 256GB of storage.
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