Galaxy S23 FE Benchmark Reveals Exynos 2200 Powerhouse

The Galaxy S23 FE is one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of the year. The successor to last year's Galaxy S21 FE, the S23 FE has now surfaced on Geekbench with the model number SM-S711B, revealing some exciting details about the phone's hardware.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE: Specs and Features Revealed on Geekbench

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The S23 FE will be powered by the Exynos 2200 chip, which was first used in the Galaxy S22 in some countries. This 4nm SoC has an 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 4 x ARM A510 CPUs clocked at 1.82 optimized for efficiency. The phone will also have an AMD-powered Xclipse 920 GPU.

Recent rumors suggest that Samsung has redesigned the Exynos 2200 to improve yield and fix heating issues. The Geekbench listing reveals that the phone will run 13 and have 8GB of RAM. It is sure to make it a speedy and powerful device.

The camera on the S23 FE will also be a significant upgrade from its predecessor. With a 50MP sensor replacing the 12MP camera on the Galaxy S21 FE. This upgrade will put the S23 FE on par with the Samsung Galaxy S23. It will also have a 50MP camera.

In terms of battery life, the S23 FE will have a 4,500mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging. This should give users a decent amount of power to get through the day. With the added bonus of being able to charge up quickly when needed.

Samsung will release the Galaxy S23 FE in select markets in Q3 2023. With a wider release in Q4 2023 and Q1 2024. With its powerful hardware and upgraded camera, the S23 FE is sure to be a hit with Samsung fans and smartphone enthusiasts alike.

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