Samsung Galaxy S24 FE leaks hint at early arrival

Samsung Galaxy S24 FE likely to include a 6.1-inch AMOLED display
An undated image of Samsung Galaxy S23 FE. — Samsung
An undated image of Samsung Galaxy S23 FE. — Samsung 

Samsung, a South Korean tech company, is believed to be working on a Fan Edition of the Galaxy S24. The company announced its Galaxy S24 smartphone series earlier this year, and the Galaxy S24 FE, a stripped-down version of Samsung's flagship phones, might be released later this year.

However, the Fan Edition cellphone has purportedly been found online, with the listing revealing the smartphone's name and model numbers.

Citing a source, Gadgets360 reported that the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE was online, revealing the phone's maker, market name, brand, and model numbers. Moreover, the model numbers for the Galaxy S24 FE were SM-S721B, SM-S721U, SM-S721W, and SM-S721N.

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According to the source, the upcoming device will be formally introduced in regions such as the America, Korea, and Canada.

The listing does not offer any other information on the Galaxy S24 FE, such as its specifications or debut date. Samsung is yet to announce its plans for the smartphone as well. However, according to several claims, Samsung is planning to release the phone later this year or by early 2025.

Minimal information is available about the Samsung's upcoming smartphone. It is expected to include a 6.1-inch AMOLED display. The phone is believed to use either the Exynos 2400 or the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 CPU, depending on the market.