Galaxy S23 FE battery certification suggests approaching announcement

Michail, 09 June 2023

The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is one step closer to its launch with the latest proof being a battery certification listing from Safety Korea. The battery in the listing bears the EB-BS711ABY model number which matches the SM-S711 identifier for the Galaxy S23 FE seen in the past. The battery cell is manufactured by Amperex but its capacity is not disclosed. Past specs rumors suggest a 4,500 mAh cell with 25W charging.

Samsung EB-BS711ABY battery listing
Samsung EB-BS711ABY battery listing

Galaxy S23 FE is rumored to launch with Samsung's Exynos 2200 chipset globally, alongside 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB storage. The back will likely house a 50 MP main camera. Galaxy S23 FE is expected to launch ahead of the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 which are scheduled to be unveiled in the last week of July so we should see official confirmation from Samsung sometime in the next weeks.

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Reader comments

  • elektro
  • 15 Jun 2023
  • 0ER

I'm using an S20 FE and it's a great phone, I've had zero issues and I find the battery life excellent. Main attraction is the microsd card slot for me, I've been looking to update to something new, but all new phones don't o...

  • Anonymous
  • 13 Jun 2023
  • r$K

S20 FE with expandable storage for US carriers that only offered the 128gb 6gb ram model. That was a big deal. Want an S21 FE for a carrier? Only 128gb. No expandable storage. Will the S23 FE be any different?

  • Alex
  • 12 Jun 2023
  • IvU

Yeah, S20 FE was a true flagship killer, better than S20+ for two thirds of a price. But S21 FE didn't have much point/value. And S23 FE with Exynos will be a total failure. Unless dirt cheap, which is unlikely.

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