Samsung Galaxy S23 FE may first phone with a nona-core processor

Samsung has launched the latest flagship device in the S series, i.e., Galaxy S23 devices. According to some reports, the company will introduce a fan edition model. Previously the company already introduced the FE model of other S series devices as well. Due to some reasons, the Korean giant hasn’t debuted this model in the Galaxy S22 series. According to reports, the device will feature a few changes in the specification.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will feature Nona core processor first time for Galaxy devices

According to an earlier report, the Galaxy S23 FE will feature a 50 MP main camera, a back panel made of Glass, and an Exynos 2200 processor. But as per the new report based on the Geekbench filing of the SM-S9190 model, the device could feature Exynos 2300, and a nine-core processor will back it. This will be the first device in the world with nona-core technology, and if it really happens, then the device will offer more efficiency and power compared to other processors.

There is no clue if it will enhance the performance of the device and make it battery efficient. If it handles both of the criteria of the phone, then it will be great for the users, and the device may break the record of the most-selling FE variant of any series.

Additionally, there is one more piece of good news for all flagship device lovers, this time, you don’t have to wait until next year to grab the S23 FE. Reportedly it may debut in the market in the next couple of months. However, there is no official date revealed, but it is expected that it may be released earlier than the next-gen foldable devices, including Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5.

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