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Michail 09 June 2023
Samsung Android Rumors
The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is one step closer to its launch with the latest proof being a battery certification listing from Safety Korea. The battery in the listing bears the EB-BS711ABY model number which matches the SM-S711 identifier for the Galaxy S23 FE seen in the past. The battery cell is manufactured by Amperex but its capacity is not disclosed. Past specs rumors suggest a 4,500 mAh cell with 25W charging.
Samsung EB-BS711ABY battery listing
Samsung EB-BS711ABY battery listing
Galaxy S23 FE is rumored to launch with Samsung’s Exynos 2200 chipset globally, alongside 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB storage. The back will likely house a 50 MP main camera. Galaxy S23 FE is expected to launch ahead of the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 which are scheduled to be unveiled in the last week of July so we should see official confirmation from Samsung sometime in the next weeks.
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I'm using an S20 FE and it's a great phone, I've had zero issues and I find the battery life excellent. Main attraction is the microsd card slot for me, I've been looking to update to something new, but all new phones don't o…
S20 FE with expandable storage for US carriers that only offered the 128gb 6gb ram model. That was a big deal. Want an S21 FE for a carrier? Only 128gb. No expandable storage. Will the S23 FE be any different?
Yeah, S20 FE was a true flagship killer, better than S20+ for two thirds of a price. But S21 FE didn't have much point/value. And S23 FE with Exynos will be a total failure. Unless dirt cheap, which is unlikely.
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