All signs point to Samsung planning to release a new Fan Edition smartphone before the end of the year. With Samsung dedicating the 2nd Unpacked event to foldable phones, tablets, and wearables, the Galaxy S23 FE is supposed to bridge the time gap between the Galaxy S23 trio released at the beginning of the year and the upcoming Galaxy S24 series.
Every new leak brings us closer to the launch of the Galaxy S23 FE. Officially, there's no exact release date in sight, but several regulatory agencies have already greenlit the phone. And now, case renders are emerging online. They're rather rudimentary, but they once again hint at a familiar design.
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Galaxy S23 FE case renders hold no surprises
These rough case renders (via Slashleaks) are not that special, and a similar case design has been used for other phones many times before. Nevertheless, the renders seem to reconfirm what we already suspect: The Galaxy S23 FE will borrow its camera housing design from the standard Galaxy S23, which means it won't have a traditional camera hump as the S21 FE did.
There's no telling when Samsung will announce the Galaxy S23 FE, but whenever that happens, the phone might be accompanied by two new Fan Edition tablets, i.e., the Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE Plus.
The FE smartphone might boast a flagship-grade selfie camera, and according to a live photo spotted at the Wireless Power Consortium, the device has a display that is entirely flat.