Sales of Samsung’s Galaxy S 23 series have plummeted this month, according to a new report from a leaker on Twitter. Rumor has it that sales of the South Korean company’s flagship flatbed line will drop throughout the second quarter (April-June) 20% compared to last year’s Galaxy S23 series. This appears to be related to lower than expected demand from “average consumers”. The early adopters all bought their brand new devices by March, after which apparently not many others wanted Samsung’s latest and greatest.
This is clearly far from ideal, and allegedly led to Samsung’s push to launch the Galaxy S 23 FE forward. Rumors now suggest this model will arrive ahead of the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Flip5, which are reportedly due in July and early August.
Samsung Galaxy S 20 FE
If this rumor turns out to be true, we might see the Galaxy S in July or even earlier 21 FE . After months of rumors and rumors swirling around this fabulous phone, it’s now said to be a “budget” version of the Galaxy S 22, only a few specs have changed, thus requiring a shorter development cycle than normal.
As usual, we recommend that you take all of this with a grain of salt, as this is just an unconfirmed rumor at the moment. Speaking of which, the Galaxy S 23 FE has so far been rumored to feature Samsung’s Exynos 800 SoC for all regions, one 23 MP main camera, one 4, 128 mAh battery, 6/8GB RAM and 23/128GB storage options. Earlier this month, it was rumored that the new foldable device would arrive “in a few months,” so now it looks like things have changed dramatically on that front.