There’s a high speculation that Samsung’s Galaxy S23 FE might get an early release and beat the South Korean tech giant’s foldable devices that are set to release in August.
So what is it that is making the brand push forward a launch almost mid Q2?
Samsung is currently not performing that well in the market and is expected to have incurred about 20% loss in the sales for their flagship line-up, Galaxy S series. Post the launch of Galaxy S23 series, the brand was expecting the sales to hold an upward graph line however, compared to Galaxy S22, the brand has had lower sales.
The company achieved a good product sale in the first month of the launch, around March, however, once the early adopters bought the device there was no growth in the purchases made by the general public.
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Hence, the brand is set to launch a Galaxy S23 FE anticipatedly in July and according to the floating rumours, the device is a budget-friendly rendition of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S23 making the launch easier for the brand in terms of production. The smartphone will have minimal tweaks from the design of Galaxy S23.
Till now, according to the leaks running around the market, the device is expected to flaunt a 50 MP main camera and hold a 4,500 mAh battery capacity. The Galaxy S23 FE has also been rumoured to feature Samsung’s Exynos 2200 SoC in all regions with 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB storage options.
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However, the information has to be taken with a grain of salt as these are just speculations at the end of the day. If the brand were to confirm the release of Galaxy S23 FE, there soon will be more leaks floating around. Let’s wait and see how Samsung handles this quarter’s sales outcome.