Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is a Flagship in the Making; Geekbench Confirms Exynos 2200 Chip

Sohail Akhtar

The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is about to make a grand entrance in the Mobile arena. A mysterious new phone, with the model number "SM-S711B," has recently surfaced on the Geekbench 6 OpenCL running score platform, causing quite a stir in the tech community. The model code and specs indicate it’s none other than Galaxy S23 FE.

Samsung has opted to equip the Galaxy S23 FE with its own Exynos 2200 instead of the widely anticipated Qualcomm Snapdragon chip. The processor comprises four 1.82GHz small cores to ensure efficiency and improved battery performance. 

The test model runs on the latest Android 13 operating system and packs a punch with 8GB of RAM, providing ample room for smooth operation and lightning-fast app switching.

Renderings of the Galaxy S23 FE have already made their way to the public eye, and while the design may not be overly flashy, it exudes a sense of elegance and sophistication. The Samsung 5G new model retains the vertical three-camera setup found in its flagship S23 siblings. 

The S23 FE will bear a gorgeous 6.4-inch 120Hz AMOLED straight screen, offering immersive visuals and vibrant colors. With approximate dimensions of 158×76.3×8.2 mm, the phone strikes a perfect balance of comfort and style.

Powering the device will be a robust 4500mAh battery, supporting 25W fast charging. The camera department is equally impressive, with a 12MP front-facing camera in punch hole cutout.

On the rear, the Galaxy S23 FE will boast a 50MP primary camera with a pixel size of 1.0um GN3, an 8MP 3x telephoto lens with a pixel size of 1.0um Hi-347, and a 12MP super wide-angle lens with a pixel size of 1.12um IMX258. The phone is building up to be another exciting flagship device, ready to conquer the mid-range segment of the market.    


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