Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Camera Specs Leaked 

Samsung impressed its audience by introducing the current flagship S24 series, infused with significant features and enhancements. At the same time, most prominently, the devices debuted with the most important upgrade, the One UI 6.1, which brought about plenty of changes and improvements, one of them being the inclusion of the Galaxy AI. in contrast, a fresh report reveals that the Samsung is developing its new Galaxy S24 FE behind the closed doors, with its camera details just leaked online. 

In recent times, we have heard about several leaks and rumors regarding Samsung’s newest addition to its popular Fan Edition series, the Galaxy S24 FE. Meanwhile, a fresh leak suggests the camera system details of the new Galaxy S24 FE, which could be more than enough to give customers an idea of what to expect.

The Galaxy S24 FE primary camera could feature a 50MP sensor

The latest report claims that the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE might feature a similar camera system as the Galaxy S24, S23, and S23 FE. The upcoming Galaxy S24 FE will be equipped with a 50MP primary camera. The camera will have an ISOCELL GN3 sensor and a 1/1.57” sensor. However, some key points have become apparent, although these points are very scarce.

Moreover, the Galaxy S24 FE has the code R12 because the S23 FE was given the Codename R11. In contrast, Samsung plans to introduce the Galaxy S24 FE until later this year or early 2025. As far as the other details are concerned, there’s no idea, as gradually more and more specifications will emerge, given that the Galaxy S24 FE is currently developing.   


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Aakash Gour

Aakash is the main editor of RM Update and coordinator of the news area. If it is important and urgent, Aakash has written about it. He is an expert in the Android and Google ecosystem. He has been writing about mobile phones and technology in RM Update since 2019, a time in which he has been debugging his analyses and especially product photography.

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