An official image of Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE has just been unveiled by Android Headlines several months before its arrival in France. It confirms its striking resemblance to the other smartphones in the S21 range.
After unveiling the official images of the new Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, our colleagues from Android Headlines now give us a preview of the Galaxy S21 FE. This is not the first time that we have dealt with the Galaxy S21 FE, since its design was revealed by OnLeaks last April.
According to Android Headlines, the smartphone should be available in four colors: gray, light green, light purple and white. Therefore, no black version would be available this year. Still, images unveiled by Evan Blass last month did include a black version. We will certainly have to wait for the official presentation before knowing more. In any case, the Galaxy S21 FE promises to be a very colorful smartphone!
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE won’t arrive until October
Like its predecessor, the Galaxy S20 FE, the Galaxy S21 FE will be a more affordable version of the high-end Galaxy S21s. We know he will use a Snapdragon 888, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. At the front, we will find a 6.5-inch 120Hz compatible OLED display, and a selfie camera housed in a punch.
The smartphone would be powered by a battery of 4500 mAh, compatible with 45 W fast charging. This is much more than the Galaxy S21 Ultra, yet more expensive, which only offers a 25 W wired charging.
On the back, we will find three cameras as on the Galaxy S21 and S21 +. As a reminder, these two smartphones use a 12 MP main sensor, a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and a 64 MP telephoto lens. The cameras on the Galaxy S21 FE might look slightly different, but the setup will remain the same.
It will be necessary to be patient before seeing the arrival of the Galaxy S21 FE, since its release has recently been postponed to October. Indeed, like all its competitors, Samsung would face an unprecedented shortage of chips. This would force the Korean manufacturer to only offer the smartphone in Europe and the United States.
Source : Android Headlines