Samsung started this year with a bang by launching the Galaxy S23 series. While there is ample evidence that the new flagships are selling better than the Galaxy S22 series, the figures are still not up to the company’s standards. That’s why Samsung Much earlier than expected and in July Looking forward to the launch of the Galaxy S23 FE.
According to a tweet from well-known tech leaker Tech_Reve, Samsung could launch the Galaxy S23 FE in July ahead of its foldable devices, which are slated for later this year. This news is not too surprising, as the introduction of Fan Edition devices is usually not timed, and we cannot really say when the company will release the phone in question.
Galaxy S23 FE early release
This reliable source mentions that Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy S23 FE early due to the low sales of the Galaxy S series. The company wants to make more profit by offering a more affordable offer to sell the new phone. Since this device is only available in certain regions, you can expect limited availability.
The Galaxy S23 FE has been rumored for a while and we know that it will be powered by Exynos 2200 instead of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Probably this time, Samsung will price this product more carefully, because the Galaxy A54 is currently considered one of the powerful mid-range devices on the market. So any price between $600 and $700 makes sense, but pricing higher would be a very wrong decision.
Unfortunately, sales of the Galaxy S23 weren’t as profitable as Samsung had hoped, and we even saw a drop in sales in May. It is expected that the sales of these products will face a 20% drop in the second quarter of this year, which will not be a good sign for Samsung. Therefore, the release of the new Galaxy S series fan edition model at a reasonable price can probably compensate for a part of the decline in sales of this company.
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