Galaxy S23 FE: TENAA certification unveils the design and specs

The highly anticipated Galaxy S23 FE is on its way. Samsung is preparing for a September release, and an official support page for the device has already been found online.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE: Certification Reveals Specs and Design of the Highly Anticipated Flagship

The S23 FE has now passed the TENAA certification authority, revealing live photos and additional specifications. As expected, the phone closely resembles its non-FE flagship counterparts.

In terms of specs, the phone‘s dimensions are 158.0 x 76.5 x 8.2mm, and it weighs 210 grams. This compact size aligns with the previously known 6.4-inch display diagonal. The display itself will have a Full HD+ resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio – a standard Samsung feature. The TENAA document confirms the display’s support for 16 million colors, or 8-bit color depth, as anticipated. Leaks have also suggested a 120Hz refresh rate and an under-display fingerprint reader for the display.

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Galaxy S23 FE

According to rumors, the S23 FE will run by either a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or an Exynos 2200 chipset, depending on the market. The certified TENAA device appears to have the Snapdragon chip, equipped with an octa-core CPU configuration and a peak frequency of 2.99 GHz. It will come with 8GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of onboard storage, as stated in the document.

The phone’s camera setup includes a 50MP main camera, an 8MP telephoto lens (likely offering 3x zoom), and a 12MP ultrawide lens. On the front, there will be a 10MP selfie camera. The phone will have a 4370mAh battery, most likely supporting 25W charging. It will run Android 13 with OneUI 5.1.

With the Galaxy S23 FE passing certification and revealing its specifications, excitement continues to build for its upcoming launch. Samsung fans can look forward to a powerful and feature-packed device that lives up to the flagship standard.

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