The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has long been the subject of rumors. Long ago, the flagship line’s renowned “fan edition” was believed to be extinct. Samsung S23 FE is set to release in Q4 2023 globally.
Now that the less expensive variant of the Samsung Galaxy S23 is once again exhibiting signs of life, it will reportedly be released very soon.
The previous year, Samsung neglected the FE variant, which was formerly very popular with budget-conscious consumers on its flagships. It did not introduce a slightly modified version of this series’ standard model.
Then, over the past few weeks, more and more information about the new fan edition began to surface. When exactly the Galaxy S23 FE is released is currently unknown. A recent rumor on Twitter was unexpected, and the game’s release date has been estimated.
According to the knowledgeable Twitter user Revegnus, the Galaxy S23 FE release is imminent. According to rumors, the Fan Edition is expected to launch in certain regions in July or August of 2023. The user does not disclose the target markets for Samsung. If this information is confirmed, we should see the newest Samsung Galaxy S23 family member in approximately 5 to 6 weeks.
Even with a slightly later announcement in August, Samsung’s phone will be very early in the product cycle for the series. The South Korean company introduced a devotee variant of the Galaxy S21 shortly before the Galaxy S22 devices were released. This would return Samsung to the same cadence as the previously successful Galaxy S20 FE.
Due to sluggish sales of the S series, it is anticipated that Samsung Electronics will release the Galaxy S23 FE in select regions before the debut of the new foldable phone. The Galaxy S23 FE is anticipated to be released in July or August.
According to reports, the new plans have sound justifications. According to rumors, sales of Samsung’s current premier line are declining significantly. The company likely intends to use this to reverse the declining sales trend of the S23 product line and generate new momentum.
Uncertainty surrounds its potential success. Nonetheless, additional disclosures portray a bleak picture. Samsung may revert to utilizing domestic Exynos processors globally following its success in Europe with quick Qualcomm chips.
Our review of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra found that the device outperformed the Exynos SoC in numerous ways. Such a step backward is likely to reduce the purchasing motivation of Galaxy devotees.