New Galaxy S23 FE listing reveals real-life images of the phone
It’s inching closer to launch.
After skipping a year, Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy S23 FE, which is slated to be released sometime in late 2023, likely in September.
This premium mid-range smartphone from the Korean tech giant is one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2023, and thanks to the latest leak, we have a few real-life images of the device.
China’s TENAA regulatory body posted a filing for the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE earlier this month that includes real-world images of the device.
Based on the images, Samsung has followed the design language of the Galaxy A54. The device has a rounded frame, individual camera cutouts on the back, and a centered punch-hole cutout for the camera.
Another post reveals the Galaxy S23 FE specs
While the TENAA listing doesn’t include any more information about Samsung’s new smartphone, a news outlet, MyFixGuide, has posted what is presumably an earlier version of the webpage, revealing the device’s specs.
According to the website, the Galaxy S23 FE will sport a 6.3-inch display with 2,340 x 1,080 resolutions.
It also says the device will be powered by an octa-core chipset with a clock speed of 2.99GHz, although the chipset isn’t named. The chipset will be paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage.
The filing also lists the camera specs. There will be a 10MP selfie camera and a triple camera array of 50MP+8MP+12MP with 3x optical zoom on the back.
The device will also feature a 4,370mAh battery and an under-display fingerprint sensor.
Most of the time, the listed specs on TENAA are placeholders. However, this time, everything perfectly aligns with the previous Galaxy S23 FE leaks, but we still don’t have an official confirmation.
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