The Samsung Galaxy S24 FE is rumored to be under development by the South Korean smartphone maker and is expected to make its debut later this year. While there is no word from Samsung on the alleged Galaxy S24 FE, a whistleblower has leaked details of a new test build of One UI – Samsung’s user interface based on Android – that has appeared on the company’s firmware server. The firmware is said to be for the European variant of the Galaxy S series phone.

Tipster Tarun Vats claims in a post on X (formerly Twitter) that the first test build of One UI for a new smartphone has appeared on Samsung’s firmware server. It carries build numbers S721BXXU0AXE, S721BOXM0AXE3 and S721BXXU0AXE3. According to Vats, the EU model number for the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE will be SM-S721B.

Alleged Samsung Galaxy S24 FE firmware spotted on Samsung server
Photo: X/ Tarun Vats

Last month, it was reported that the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE will be launched with model numbers including SM-S721B, SM-S721U, SM-S721W and SM-S721N in North America, Korea, Canada and other countries.

Previous reports have suggested that the next-generation Galaxy S24 FE could be launched earlier than its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 FE, which arrived in October 2023. However, it is currently unclear when the Galaxy S 24 FE could make its debut – South The Korean firm is expected to launch a new series of Galaxy Z smartphones, as well as introduce its next-generation Galaxy Watch models at the next Galaxy Unpacked event, which is scheduled to take place in July.

The Galaxy S24 FE is expected to arrive as the successor to the Galaxy S23 FE that was launched by the company last year. The latter is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC in the US and an Exynos 2200 chip in other regions. The handset has a 50-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and an 8-megapixel telephoto camera. It has a 4500 mAh battery with support for 25W and 15W wired and wireless charging, respectively.