Samsung recently unveiled a new lineup of FE or Fan Edition devices. These include the Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Tab S9 and S9+ FE as well as the Galaxy Buds FE. Our initial reviews of these devices are already live and you can go ahead and check them out now.
The company has now got down to the business of selling these devices. If you were enticed by their near-flagship specs and competitive prices, chances are that you may have ordered one already.
Keep on eye on your package from Samsung
If you’re anything like most people, you probably have a habit of incessantly keeping an eye on the package. Nothing beats the smell of a freshly unboxed device, after all!
If you don’t already know by now, when buying the devices online, chances are you’ll find the best deals on Samsung’s official online store. The company routinely offers great deals as well as exceptional trade-in credits, so you can maximize the value of your old device and pay just a little bit more to get its latest gadgets.
Once you’ve paid for the order on Samsung.com, the company will assign an order number right away. Tracking information will arrive once the label has been created as the package is picked up soon after. One of the simplest ways to track a package from Samsung is by using the tool it provides on its website.
If you have a Samsung account linked to your order, you just need to sign into the account and it'll show you the tracking status of any incoming packages. If you don't have a Samsung account or checked out as a guest on its online store, you can use the order tracking tool on the company's website to find out when you'll get your brand new device.
In order to find your order status as a guest, you'll have to provide some information to the tool, such as the order ID, the email ID associated with the order, and either a shipping or billing ZIP or a phone number.
Samsung’s online store is available to customers in most of the markets where it operates. As you can imagine, the company uses different delivery couriers in different markets. For example, FedEx is routinely used for orders in the United States where DPD is the common choice for orders in the United Kingdom.
Regardless of the market that you’re located in, you can also simply rely on Google to update you on the status of the package. Gmail received an update with a package tracking feature earlier this year. The app can now automatically identify the tracking number when you receive an email with a shipment number. It will then automatically fetch the tracking information so you can find out at a glance when the package will arrive. This also happens to be one feature we hope that the company brings to its Samsung Email app.
Once you’ve received the tracking number from Samsung, another easy way to track where the package is to simply use that courier’s tracking system. Open it up and bookmark it on your browser, so that way, all you need to do is a simple click or a tap to open up that tracking system to find when the package will arrive.
Like many Samsung fans, you must be waiting patiently for one of your new FE devices to arrive. The Galaxy Tab S9 and S9+ FE as well as the Galaxy Buds FE are immediately available for purchase. While the Galaxy S23 FE has gone on sale in some markets already, you can pre-order it in the US starting October 26.