South Korea gets it as well
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has officially launched in two big markets, Europe and South Korea. After initially launching in certain Asian markets and the US, it will now be available in Europe, starting at €699, and in South Korea, starting at KRW847,000.
Most likely getting the Exynos 2200 SoC
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE launched back in October and its currently selling in both the U.S. and coming to some Asian markets, and now, it has been confirmed it will be launching in Europe on December 8th.
New hinge design, lighter, and with plenty of improvements
Samsung has officially launched its new lineup of foldable phones at its Unpacked event in Seoul, with the Galaxy Z Fold5 leading the pack. The new Fold brought plenty of improvements with Samsung trying to fix all the drawbacks from the predecessor, including the new hinge design, which folds it flat, a better screen, new materials, and Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
Powered by Exynos 2200 SoC
It appears that the Galaxy S23 FE will be coming to select markets in Q3 2023, which means that Samsung might push the date forward, at least judging by earlier rumors.
Galaxy Fold5 and Flip5 phones as stars of the show
Samsung has now confirmed that its next Galaxy Unpacked event will be held in the last week of July, in Seoul, South Korea, at a unique location of COEX in Samseong-dong, Gangam.
Along with Immortalis G720 GPU
ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU and GPU cores – the Cortex-A520, Cortex-A720, and Cortex-X4.
Mid-rangers with 120Hz SuperAMOLED screens
Samsung has now officially announced both its mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A32, both with the same 120Hz SuperAMOLED panels, but different sizes and hardware.
Hefty 6,000mAh battery and triple rear camera
Samsung has unveiled its latest entry-level Galaxy model, the Galaxy M14 5G. While it shares a lot of specifications with the Galaxy A14 5G, it comes with a heftier 6,000mAh battery.
Just after the warranty expires
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3s have begun to surface showing the inner screen of the phone failing with a crack right down the middle, even when there is no visible damage or wear elsewhere on the phone.