Samsung introduced the Fan Edition series in 2020 as a bridge between the entry-level A-Series devices and the premium Galaxy S lineup. But it appears that Samsung may discontinue the Galaxy S FE series after only two versions.

The Galaxy S22 FE is probably going to be scrapped, claims SamMobile . The gadget was said to be powered by a MediaTek chipset and was expected to launch later this year or perhaps in the first quarter of 2023.

There isn’t really anything pointing toward the Galaxy S22 FE’s release, which supports this notion. By this time last year, there had been various CAD-based Galaxy S21 FE leaks and hints as to what the device will provide. We currently only know that Samsung intended to release a Galaxy S22 FE and that it might have included a MediaTek processor.

Samsung may decide not to continue the FE series after the Galaxy S22 FE, putting an end to the lineup.

It makes perfect sense for Samsung at this time to discontinue the FE range. The Galaxy S21 FE was, to be honest, a fairly unimpressive choice. It debuted a few weeks before the Galaxy S22 series and shared almost all of the same specifications as the rest of the Galaxy S21 series. Additionally, its pricing was not particularly competitive. The Galaxy S21 FE’s only convincing defense was that it qualified for an additional update over the rest of the S21 series.

The Galaxy A series fills the gap at lower price points, and Samsung’s flagship series offers a base model that is reasonably priced, therefore the FE is no longer very useful. In 2020, when the Galaxy S20 series was exorbitantly expensive, it was a great stopgap, and the FE also made some impressive sales, but by 2023, it would be simple to live without.

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