Instead, there’s actually a (moderately) exciting new Galaxy handset far closer on the horizon right now, and following a (summer) avalanche of revealing reports and highly detailed leaks over the past few months, yet another key puzzle piece appears to be falling into place today.
We will have different versions for different markets after all
Sure you do, especially given that the relatively inexpensive 6.4-inch high-ender is still around in most global markets. But not all S21 Fan Edition units are created equal, with some of them packing a Snapdragon 888 processor and others a Samsung-made Exynos 2100.
This is the Galaxy S23 FE Snapdragon variant.
That’s because the “r11q” variant of the Galaxy S23 FE is now all but confirmed to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, while the “r11s” model seems virtually guaranteed to pack an Exynos 2200 SoC.
The specific regions where these two versions of the same phone will be sold are technically unknown at the moment, although history suggests European countries could get the Exynos model while buyers in markets like the US, China, and India probably have the Snapdragon variant to look forward to.
Are there any other regional differences in the pipeline?
And this is the Galaxy S23 FE Exynos variant.
Source: Phone Arena