Samsung Galaxy S24 FE may be available in these 5 colors

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The Galaxy S24 FE will not be one of the devices that Samsung will launch at the Unpacked event on July 10. In fact, it’s expected sometime in the last quarter of the year. However, leaks around the device have revealed key details, such as its cameras. Now, a new report reveals the colors in which the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE will be available.

Leak reveals 5 colors for the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE

Like previous FE generations, the device will offer some of the key specs of the Galaxy flagships at a more affordable price. Plus, according to Ross Young on X/Twitter, it will be available in a wide variety of colors. This is a hallmark of Galaxy phones, so it was expected. The report claims that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S24 FE in Black, Gray, Light Blue, Light Green, and Yellow.

The source adds that the Black variant of the device will have the highest volume among all colors. Ross Young is a well-known analyst in the display industry and often offers reliable tips on future Samsung devices. So, the leak has high credibility. Previous reports about the Galaxy S24 FE revealed that it will be powered by the Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipsets, depending on the region. This means that the phone will be a powerhouse with the latest mobile flagship chipsets available, which is good news.

Other leaked specs

According to leaks, the S24 FE will be built around a 6.5″ AMOLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate. The dimensions of the device would be 162 x 77.3 x 8 mm, so it would be easy to hold and use with one hand. Its rear area would be the home of a triple-camera system commanded by a 50 MP main sensor. This sensor would be the ISOCELL GN3, the same as the Galaxy S24 and S23 series (vanilla and Plus variants).

It doesn’t seem like Samsung wants to shake things up with the Galaxy S24 FE. However, the correct price tag could make it an instant success.

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