According to a recent Geekbench listing, Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will be available in two chipset variations and might be the addition of a new family member to the Galaxy S23 series. New benchmark results for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 FE smartphone have been made public. Although the company decided not to release the Galaxy S22 FE, it appears that it is sticking with the chipsets from the previous year for the newest member of its flagship range.
In North America, Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will have Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
The SM-S7711U1 smartphone has a motherboard with the codename “taro,” according to information that has been made public via a fresh Geekbench listing. This might be a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset from Qualcomm or a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset with a 3.0GHz max clock speed.
The “U1” in the model number denotes that the phone is intended for the US and Canadian markets in North America. The phone scored 3,518 on the multi-core test and 1,549 on the single-core test.
On the other hand, we previously revealed how the phone’s Exynos 2200 chipset and SM-S711B model number were discovered on Geekbench. This model number is typically for markets outside of South Korea, the nation where the brand is based. Additionally, 8GB RAM has been verified for the future phone in both listings. If we find any hints of a third “SM-S711E” variant, the phone may yet debut in India with a Snapdragon CPU.