The arrival date of the Galaxy S23 FE, recently announced by Samsung, in Brazil is already clear. The smartphone will be available for pre-sale starting October 23According to Brazilian YouTuber Rodrigo Portella. Open sales occur four days later.

According to Portella, in a video published on his YouTube channel, the 128 GB memory version of the mobile phone will be sold for R$ 4,499. The price of the 256 GB model will be R$ 4,999. However, according to the leaker, the price should change next as the South Korean company wants to enter the competition heavily for “advanced intermediate” devices.

Samsung will gift Buds FE headphones to users who purchase the mobile phone during the launch. The promotion must be valid until December 3rd when the gift is redeemed on the company’s website.

Both versions of the Galaxy S23 FE have 8 GB of RAM. The smartphone also comes with Exynos 2200 processor.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Fe is expected to sell for R$ 4,500.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has a larger screen than the top-end S23 FE base model. While the company’s flagship is 6.1 inches, the Fan Edition is 6.4 inches and is the same size as the previous model of the series, the S21 FE..

The mobile phone has a 2X Dynamic AMOLED display and its front and back are made with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for greater durability. It also has an IP68 rating and is resistant to water and dust.

Galaxy S23 FE has a triple camera consisting of a 50 MP main lens, a 12 MP ultra-wide lens and an 8 MP telephoto lens. The front or selfie camera is 10 MP. Additionally, Samsung promises a long-lasting battery with up to 21 hours of video and 66 hours of audio.

Source: Tec Mundo

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