Samsung Galaxy S24 FE camera specs leaked

Samsung’s FE lineup aims to make the core flagship features from the Galaxy S series even more affordable and accessible.

Last year, the company released the Galaxy S23 FE, a well-rounded, affordable flagship, which shipped with the Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipsets (region-dependent chipset variations existed).

Now, the company seems to be actively developing its successor, the Galaxy S24 FE.

Earlier, we reported on the leaked software builds of the upcoming phone, with rumors hinting that it could be powered by an upgraded Exynos 2400+ chipset, which we feel will bring a major performance leap from the S23 FE.

It seems that a new report by the Dutch publication GalaxyClub has revealed information about the cameras of the Galaxy S24 FE. The report states that it might remain unchanged from the Galaxy S23 FE.

This means that the new Galaxy S24 FE will continue using the same ISOCELL GN3 sensor for its primary rear camera. This is a 50 MP sensor with a 1/1.57″ sensor size, used widely on many Samsung flagships in the past, like the Galaxy S22/S22+, S23/S23+, S24/S24+, and even the foldables: the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Fold 4 and Z Fold 5.

Hence, the company seems to be taking a safer route by going for a widely proven, tried-and-tested camera sensor instead of bringing a brand-new one. While some of us wish that the dated camera sensor finally got an upgrade, Samsung, unfortunately, does not think the same way.

It may not matter much if the Galaxy S24 FE continues giving the same great camera performance as the S23 FE. We do not know anything about the Ultrawide and telephoto lenses of the Galaxy S24 FE, but they are expected to stay the same as the predecessor.

The Galaxy S24 FE is expected to launch in either Q4 2024 or early 2025.

Aryan Gupta is a tech writer at SamInsider. He keeps readers up-to-date on all things Samsung. He is passionate about the latest consumer gadgets, especially smartphones, smartwatches, and audio products. When not writing, He enjoys playing mobile games. You can follow him on X/Twitter

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