- The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is rumored to start at $599 in the US, which is $100 less than its predecessor, the Galaxy S21 FE.
- The Galaxy S23 FE is expected to use the Exynos 2200 chipset in most markets, but the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will be used in the US and Canada.
- An announcement for the release of the Galaxy S23 FE and other rumored Fan Edition devices is expected to come soon, with an October 4 release date speculated.
Leaks surrounding the return of the Fan Edition series from Samsung continue to circle around the tech conglomerate on the daily, it seems. From rumors regarding the brand new Galaxy Buds FE to marketing renders of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE being uncovered, there’s smoke. Where there’s smoke, there’s typically fire. The latest news about the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE showcases some pricing information as well as rumors about a chipset we didn’t think would be inside the smartphone.
According to MySmartPrice, The Galaxy S23 FE should start at $599 at launch in the United States. This is the first reputable rumor about its price tag we’ve gotten at this point, and if this turns out to be true, then it’ll cost less than the previous Fan Edition smartphone did when it launched almost two years ago.
The Galaxy S21 FE would’ve set you back $699, meaning that Samsung has dropped the price by $100 in between iterations of its Fan Edition smartphones. To give some more context, the flagship Galaxy S23 line cost $800 (standard S23), $1,000 (S23+), and $1,200 (S23 Ultra). You could get two Galaxy S23 FEs in the US for the cost of one Galaxy S23 Ultra.