Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, the most-expected successor to last year’s Galaxy S21 FE, has surfaced in Geekbench listing with the model number SM-S711B. This reveals that the phone will have S5E9925 chip, which is Exynos 2200 which was first used in the Galaxy S22 in some countries.
The 4nm SoC has Octa-Core CPU with 1 x ARM Cortex-X2 CPU clocked at 2.8 for ultimate processing power, 3 x ARM A710 CPUs clocked at 2.52 for optimal performance and 4x ARM A510 CPUs clocked at 1.82 optimized for efficiency. There is AMD-powered Xclipse 920 GPU.
Based on earlier rumours, Samsung is said to have redesigned the Exynos 2200 to improve yield, and has also fixed heating issues. The benchmark listing reveals Android 13 and 8GB of RAM.
The phone is said to get a new 50MP camera, an upgrade from 12MP in the predecessor, and coinciding with the S23 and a 4,500mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is expected to roll out in select markets in Q3, 2023, and launch widely in Q4 2023 and in Q1 2024.