Galaxy S23 FE May Feature to Snapdragon Variant, Reveals Geekbench Listing

Muhammad Zuhair
Muhammad Zuhair
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It’s possible that Samsung is working on a Snapdragon variant of the next Galaxy S23 FE, which should improve the Korean giant’s decision-making skills given that it was previously believed that the firm would only release an Exynos variant.

Geekbench data indicate that the Galaxy S23 FE might debut with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in addition to the Exynos 2200 variant. The next smartphone’s model number, SM-S711U1, indicates that it will probably only be offered in the United States. Along with 8GB of RAM, other specs indicate that Android 13 was tested on the tablet.

In terms of the anticipated release, we think the price-to-performance flagship won’t come out until Q4, but by then it could be too late. It is advised not to make hasty judgments about the device based on the hardware it will launch with since there are still several areas where the Galaxy S23 FE might improve, including the camera or battery life. In the future, we will inform our readers as usual, so be on the lookout.

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