[Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy S23 FE Official Renders Leaked: Reveals a More Clearer View

Hey folks, you might be knowing that Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy S23 FE smartphone, the fourth addition to its flagship Galaxy S23 series, soon this year, and we have shared many updates regarding the upcoming smartphone with you in the past few months.

Well, this time we are here with an exclusive report. Yes, we are here with the leaked official renders of the Galaxy S23 FE smartphone for our eagerly waiting readers. The leaked renders reveal its design specs and a clearer image view of the smartphone.

Check out the leaked official renders and our exclusive story below.

Galaxy S23 FE Leaked Official Renders

It was in late June 2023, more than two months back, for the first time we came across the 5K renders of the upcoming Galaxy S23 FE smartphone and in recent days, the render images of its front, rear, and side profile were revealed via its listing on the Chinese TENAA certification platform.

The 5K renders shared online featured the device in a white color, whereas the listing on the TENAA database portrayed the device in a Black color. The official render images that we have with us now, are the renders of the Black color variant.

The official render images of the smartphone align with the previous renders and as mentioned before, reveal a very similar design language when compared to the vanilla Galaxy S23 and S23+ models.

The S23 FE smartphone has a flat display with a punch hole centrally aligned selfie camera. The rear panel has three circular projected camera rings and an LED flashlight. Towards the bottom of the rear panel, the Samsung branding can also be seen. Coming to its side profiles, it is rounded and curved at the corners. The volume rocker and power button are on the right-side panel.

To speak more about the smartphone, the upcoming Galaxy S23 FE smartphone has already made its appearance on multiple databases including certification platforms like the above-mentioned TENAA, NBTCBluetooth SIGGCFBISWPC, 3C, and SafetyKorea certification platforms. The device was also spotted on the Geekbench database twice with both Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and  Exynos 2200 chipsets and has made its way to the IMEI database as well. Its support page has also been listed on the brand’s Kazakhstan official website.

As far as its specs are concerned, two processor variants(Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Exynos 2200) are expected for the device, and it is likely to run on the Android 13-based OneUI 5.1.1 custom user interface. The TENAA listing revealed the device to have a RAM of 8GB and two internal storage options of 128GB and 256 GB.

Some of the other features that were revealed include a 6.3″ display screen, 50MP+8MP+2MP triple rear cameras, 10MP front camera, 4,370 mAh rated battery(4500 mAh), 5G network connectivity, under-display fingerprint sensor, 8.2mm thickness, and a 210 gm weight.

To add, the product page of the smartphone is also now live on the Flipkart shopping website of India with the tagline “Coming Soon”, suggesting that the device may likely launch this month itself.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE - Product Page Live on Flipkart

In the Indian market, the device has been tipped to have a starting price of Rs. 54,999 and is expected to be made available in two storage options.

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