The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE we've been hearing about for the past few months will launch in India in October. This revelation comes from Amazon, which set up a promo page on its website for the Galaxy S23 FE.
The promo page includes the same image Samsung India posted on X, but it doesn't explicitly mention the smartphone or its launch date. However, the picture's URL has the S23 FE name, while the page's HTML title tag says "Samsung Galaxy Oct Launch," confirming the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will launch in India next month.
We've heard rumors that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S23 FE in September, and seeing how there's still over a week left in the month, we could see the Korean conglomerate make the S23 FE official in other markets, with the India debut happening in October.
The teaser posted by Samsung confirms the Galaxy S23 FE will feature triple rear cameras but doesn't divulge anything else. Rumors claim this triple camera setup will comprise 50MP primary (with OIS), 12MP telephoto, and 8MP ultrawide units. The selfie camera will use a 10MP sensor.
Other Samsung Galaxy S23 FE rumored specs include a 6.4" 120Hz FullHD+ Dynamic AMOLED screen, 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB storage, and a 4,500 mAh battery with 25W wired charging. Depending on the region, the smartphone will come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC or the Exynos 2200 chip.
A recently leaked official image revealed the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will come in four colors.
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Nice try, breh, lol. You knew perfectly well that he meant smartphones. Not once did he mention feature phones.
It’s simple logic: They don’t have a choice but to buy cheapo Chinese phones, of which there are more than plenty of.