Samsung has started rolling out the Android 14 update for the Galaxy S23 FE One UI 6 update in the US. For your information, Samsung launched Galaxy S23 FE smartphone during the launch day of the Android 14 for Pixel smartphones.
Back in October 2023, the South Korean tech giant released the One UI 6 update for the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra. Now, the company has released the latest update for the Fan Edition model.
You can now install the Android 14 update to the Galaxy S23 FE by simply tapping on the Settings » Software update menu.
Galaxy S23 FE Specifications
The all-new Galaxy S23 FE smartphone also gets an iconic S series design with its new floating camera and premium finish for even sleeker display. Designed to offer the ultimate viewing experience, the Galaxy S23 FE is launched with a 6.4-inch dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a 120 Hz adaptive refresh rate.
Samsung also brings Vision Booster technology. Offered in new, vibrant colours, Galaxy S23 FE allows users to select the device colour that best suit their style.
For optics, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE launched with a 50MP (W) + 12MP (UW) + 8MP (OIS) camera with 3X optical zoom that captures bright and stunning pictures, bringing every moment to life.
With advanced digital image stabilization (VDIS), users can take steady shots on the go using the rear camera with optical image stabilizer (OIS) angle Under the hood, the Galaxy S23 FE is powered by epic 4nm chipset for ultimate and reliable performance. For gaming and streaming, Galaxy S23 FE’s powerful processor makes every action rapid and fluid with a vapour chamber that helps to control heat and sustain performance.
It also comes with Ray Tracing, a technique of graphics rendering that makes reflections, lights, and shadows in a game mirror the real world. The long-lasting 4,500-mAh battery intuitively adjusts to conserve energy, charging up to 50 percent in just 30 minutes with a 25W Adapter.
Galaxy S23 FE comes with Gorilla Glass 5 protection and IP68 for water and dust resistance. It also supports four generations of OS upgrades and five years of security updates for reliable long-term use.