According to rumours, Samsung has started testing the European firmware for the Galaxy S23.
This is an absolute requirement before the phone can be released, but it's important to note that, at this time, Samsung is reportedly just testing the EU firmware and not the US or South Korean versions.
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According to the source, it would take a few months for the Galaxy S23 FE to be completely finished and ready for sale.
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As a result, the Galaxy S23 FE will probably be released after the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5, whose firmware testing started months ago.
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The two new foldables from Samsung are anticipated to be unveiled in July and go on sale in early August. According to this claim, the Galaxy S23 FE won't be released before the new foldables, in contrast to an earlier rumour.
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Exynos 2200 SoC (the worldwide CPU from the Galaxy S22 series), a 50MP main camera (perhaps the same one as the S23 series), and a 4,500 mAh battery are anticipated for the Galaxy S23 FE.
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There will be variants with 128GB and 256GB of storage, as well as 6GB and 8GB of RAM.