Samsung expands the reach of its Galaxy S23 FE, now accessible to consumers in South Korea and various European markets. The smartphone, originally launched in select Asian countries and subsequently in the United States, reflecting Samsung’s global distribution strategy.
This extension of availability underscores the company’s commitment to reaching diverse markets worldwide, which offers users in Europe and South Korea access to the innovative features of the Galaxy S23 FE.
Samsung’s newest release in South Korea, the Galaxy S23 FE, comes with a price tag of KRW847,000, which translates to around $640 or €600. Besides, users have a wide range of colour choices, including Cream, Graphite, Mint, and Purple.
For exclusive options like Indigo and Tangerine, buyers can access them through Samsung’s website and a premium retail location in Seoul’s Gangnam district.
To encourage prompt buying, Korean customers selecting the 256 GB model within the initial two weeks of launch will enjoy a complimentary Galaxy SmartTag2 or a 25W charger.
Although the European market was initially slated for tomorrow’s phone release, sales commenced early in Bulgaria through Samsung’s official channels and selected retailers.
The introductory price for the Black 128 GB version is set at BGN 1,369 (approximately €699). Other European countries are expected to follow suit, with the 8/128 GB configuration priced at €699 and the gigantic 8/256 GB variant at €759 upon launch.
Without a doubt, Samsung’s fantastic move ensures that the Galaxy S23 FE reaches a broader audience, providing the brand’s presence in crucial international markets and expanding choices for consumers seeking the latest advancements in smartphone technology.