Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is Gearing Up for a Splashy Debut: Receives HDR Plus Certificate

Sohail Akhtar

On the heels of Apple’s iPhone 15 unveiling, Samsung is secretly spicing things up with their upcoming Galaxy S23 FE. While Samsung hasn’t given us the official countdown yet, the breadcrumbs are out there — official support pages, HDR Plus certification, and sneak-peek renders. Here’s everything we know about the device so far.

Between its latest appearance on official support pages and multiple certifications, the HDR Plus listing is a welcome addition. It's safe to say the Galaxy S23 FE is locked, loaded, and nearing its grand entrance. Mark your calendars for October, the speculated unveiling month.

Official renders reveal a suave flat display adorned with a punch-hole cutout, power key, and volume buttons chilling on the right. On the rear, expect a photogenic lens trio, a 50MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 9MP telephoto shooter. Up front, a 10MP snapper for self-portraits.

Buckle up for a 6.4-inch AMOLED Full HD+ display that flaunts a refresh rate of 120Hz. The Samsung flagship latest mobile has received HDR+ certification, ensuring a superior visual experience. Under the hood, the Indian variant could rock the Exynos 2200 SoC, while US fans will groove with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC.

Coming to the users with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, the Galaxy S23 FE will offer Android 13-based OneUI 5.1.1. Its 4500mAh battery paired with 25W wired charging means intensive long hours of usage without a 'low-battery' sign. Dimensionally, it’s a sleek unit with 158.0mm x 76.5mm x 8.2mm and a comfy 210 grams. The device is shaping up to be the people’s champion.


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