Last year, Samsung reintroduced the FE emblem to the market with the Galaxy S20 FE. The Galaxy S20 FE was praised for its excellent value, and Samsung will expand on that success this year with the Galaxy S21 FE, which will be released in a few months. Over the last two weeks, details about the S21 FE have progressively surfaced, along with renders.
Specifications and Details
According to the mockups, the Galaxy S21 FE will resemble the Galaxy S21 and S21+. It was a pleasant surprise. The S20 FE from last year was also pretty comparable to the S20 and S20+. This entails a triple camera configuration placed within a module identical to the S21’s, as well as a front-centered hole punch. The phone’s body will almost certainly be made of plastic, since Samsung looks to be saving glass for its most expensive smartphones.
Depending on the model, a Snapdragon 888 or an Exynos 2100 will be installed. The S21 FE’s RAM capacity is yet to be determined. There have been leaked benchmark listings with 6 GB and 8 GB versions, indicating that there may be an 8 GB model.
A 4500 mAh battery, 25 W charging, and a 1080p 120 Hz AMOLED display should all return. There have been rumors that the S21 FE will employ a 64 MP sensor as its main camera, rather than the 12 MP device seen on the S20 FE. The most likely sensor is the GW2, which is worse than the IMX555 on last year’s phone, so we predict a downgrade. Although, we can safely assume that the device will be able to carry out everyday tasks such as data transfer with ease.
The Galaxy S21 FE was expected to be released in August, but recent speculations suggested that the launch could be postponed owing to a global chip shortage. However, those rumors do not appear to be true, so an August release could still be in the works. The S20 FE was released in October, thus that should be the S21 FE’s worst-case debut date. The S20 FE had an MSRP of US$699, and the S21 FE will either have the same or a little lower pricing.