Galaxy S23 FE leaks and rumors are cropping up at an accelerated rate, which indicates that the phone is being readied for release sooner rather than later. Yesterday, Samsung spilled the beans on one of its own portals, and today, the Galaxy S23 FE passed through Bluetooth.
If there was still any doubt, the Bluetooth documents listed today, August 25, link the Galaxy S23 FE name with the SM-S711x model number. What's more, is that Bluetooth greenlit a handful of variants.
The list includes the US and US unlocked Galaxy S23 FE (SM-S711U and SM-S711U1), the international model (SM-S711B), the Canadian version (SM-S711W), and the Fan Edition device meant to go on sale in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong (SM-S7110).
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Galaxy S23 FE might be weeks away
In theory, these recent occurrences bring the Galaxy S23 FE closer to its market debut. There's no official information on when Samsung might want to release the next Fan Edition device. But back in June, word was that Samsung intends to release the Galaxy S23 FE in select markets in Q3 2023, with a wider release being planned for Q4 2023 and even Q1 2024.
The Galaxy S23 FE is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in the USA and the Exynos 2200 SoC in most other markets. Other leaks and rumors hint at a flat design with individual circular camera cutouts, similar to the Galaxy S23.