Samsung really is gearing up to release the Galaxy S23 FE. There's no longer any doubt about that, as official support pages for the device just went live on one of Samsung's portals, i.e., Samsung Kazakhstan.
The live Galaxy S23 FE support page confirms model number SM-S711B/DS. The phone has dual-SIM capabilities. But as usual, the early support page doesn't reveal much about the upcoming Fan Edition device. It went live in preparation for the phone's eventual release.
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A new Fan Edition phone powered by Exynos and Snapdragon
The Galaxy S23 FE will be Samsung's first Fan Edition device in over a year and a half. Its predecessor, the Galaxy S21 FE, was announced and released in January 2022. However, the Galaxy S23 FE is more likely to go on sale before the end of the year.
Although the support page that just went live in Kazakhstan doesn't reveal any specifications, previous leaks have painted a relatively clear picture. The Galaxy S23 FE will be powered by the Exynos 2200 chip in most markets and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in select regions such as the USA.
The next-gen FE smartphone should look very similar to the standard Galaxy S23, except its screen bezels will likely be wider. A live photo captured by a regulatory agency confirmed as much.
Pricing details remain unknown, but everyone expects Samsung to release the Galaxy S23 FE for a lower price than the base Galaxy S23 model, which went on sale earlier this year for $799 and up.