Samsung Galaxy S23 FE shows itself at certification body with photos and datasheet shortly before launch
A recent TENAA certification has provided the first look at the Galaxy S23 FE, a few weeks after Samsung listed the device on its support website. To recap, the company is currently expected start selling the Galaxy S23 FE later this month, possibly alongside the Galaxy Buds FE and the Galaxy Tab S9 FE series. For reference, various details about Samsung's other new FE-branded products have already leaked online, more so in the case of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE series.
Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S23 FE maintains Samsung's well-established design language. As such, it looks strikingly like the Galaxy S23, as well as mid-range counterparts like the Galaxy A54. Thus, the Galaxy S23 FE has three rear-facing cameras and a single front-facing camera set behind a flat display. Supposedly, these four cameras consist of a 50 MP primary sensor, plus 12 MP ultra-wide-angle, 8 MP telephoto and 10 MP front-facing optics. According to TENAA, Samsung's next FE-branded smartphone measures 158 x 76 x 8.2 mm and weighs 210 grams, which puts in the ballpark of the Galaxy S23 Plus.
However, the Galaxy S23 FE is roughly 7% thicker and heavier than its Plus sibling. Additionally, the Galaxy S23 FE's display measures 6.3-inches across, 0.3-inches smaller than the panel in the Galaxy S23 Plus. Moreover, TENAA reports that the former's display is an AMOLED panel that operates natively at 2,340 x 1,080 pixels and has an integrated fingerprint scanner. Meanwhile, Samsung powers the handset with a 4,370 mAh battery, as well as a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset in China. Reportedly, Samsung will utilise the maligned Exynos 2200 in Europe; all variants should ship with 8 GB of RAM, though.
TENAA via MyFixGuide