Flagship Power at a Fraction of the Cost: Samsung Galaxy S23 FE’s Chipsets Revealed!

Samsung made a new phone called the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, and some people are wondering if it’s much better than last year’s S21 FE. Well, it’s a bit better in some ways, but it’s not as good as the real S23 phones or even the S22+.

One important improvement is the phone’s brain, called the chipset. It’s made with a technology called “Advanced 4nm Processing.” Depending on where you live, you’ll either get the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or the Exynos 2200. These chips are better than the ones in the S21 FE, but not as good as the ones in newer 2023 phones.

This year, the phone comes with 8GB of RAM as the minimum option, which is better than the older 6GB option. You can’t have more than 8GB, but that’s the same for the S23 and S23+. The phone also comes with either 128GB or 256GB of storage, but you can’t add more storage. Now, let’s talk about the camera. The main camera is improved and has 50 megapixels, up from 12 megapixels. However, the S23 FE still has lower quality ultrawide and telephoto cameras. The selfie camera is also not as good as the previous FE models. The screen on the phone is what you’d expect – it’s a 6.4-inch screen with good colors and a clear picture.

The phone is a bit bigger and heavier than the S21 FE, but it’s made from recycled materials, which is good for the environment. In terms of software updates, the S23 FE will get updates for 4 years and security patches for 5 years. It’s also water and dust-resistant. You can get a Samsung Care+ subscription for cheaper repairs if you accidentally damage the phone.

Even though the new phone is a bit chunkier than the old one, the battery size and charging speed haven’t changed. The battery is still 4,500mAh, and it charges to 50% in about 30 minutes with a wired charger. You can also charge it wirelessly.

Pricing and availability will be confirmed shortly.

Image Source: https://www.sammobile.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s23-fe-official-features-specs/

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