In these hours we learn (from a report on the GalaxyClub website) that Samsung has just started developing the firmware for the European version of the future flagship killer Galaxy S23FE. The terminal seems to be close to its debut, although the initial rumors predicted anything but. In fact, in the past, we have read several conflicting leaks on this device; there are those who said it would never arrive, those who suggested quite the opposite. With the beginning of work on the software of the gadget, the likelihood of seeing this phone on the home market in the short term increases sharply.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE: what do we know today?
The South Korean technology OEM has given the “go” for firmware testing of the new device which has model number SM-S711B; analyzing it well, it turns out that it is the European variant of the Galaxy S23 FE. But be careful: at the moment we do not report any firmware for foreign versions. The question is: will it come only to us?
It is speculated that the Galaxy S23 FE may arrive on the market before the arrival of next-gen foldables. From the rumors we also learn that the phone will feature a generous 6-inch screen with FullHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate (fixed, we think). The internal chip should be the Exynos 2200 SoC supported by 6 or 8 GB of RAM, while the storage will be 128 or 256 GB, non-expandable, as the current trend dictates. The on-board software will be Android 13 with One UI 5.1 in tow. The main camera will be a 50 Megapixel lens with OIS and the battery will be 4500 mAh with 25W fast charging.
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