Samsung won’t be able to perform miracles, but the Galaxy S23 FE probably has some improvements thanks to the Exynos chip.
Samsung wants to cut costs on the Galaxy S23 FE so that the fan version costs less than the Galaxy S23 series. The processor uses the Exynos 2200 chipset, which is significantly older and worse than the regular model’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. However, something stands out and it makes us positive.
As you can with colleagues Galaxyclub We were able to determine that numerous benchmark tests of the new Galaxy S23 FE are above expected levels. Whether it’s single or multi-core, the Galaxy S23 FE performs much better than the comparable Galaxy S22 with last year’s Exynos 2200.
From the information available so far, it can be concluded that Samsung was able to better adapt its software to the chipset. But better hardware is also possible, for example much better cooling for the processor.
It’s well known that Exynos chips don’t have the best reputation, and neither does the Exynos 2200 But that’s good news for now and, in my opinion, significantly better performance for an Exynos smartphone would be a real surprise.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE: Data Sheet
The following technical information has not yet been officially confirmed.
- 6,4 Zoll 120 Hz OLED display
- 6/8 GB RAM memory
- Samsung Exynos 2200 chipset
- 128/256GB storage
- 4,370 mAh battery, 25W fast charging
- 50 MP main camera with OIS
- Size: 158 x 76,3 x 8,2 mm