Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S20 FE successor – Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone this year. A couple of weeks, a report emerged on the web claiming that the handset will not make it to the markets due to the battery shortage. However, Samsung responded back, and revealed that the launch is indeed on cards. Now, a new report reveals that the launch has been pushed to Q4 2021. The report further claims that the company might go with Exynos SoC instead of Snapdragon processor due to the ongoing chip shortage. Let us take a look at the details,
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE could arrive with Exynos processor!
The report suggests that the company might launch the smartphone sometime in Q4 this year. This is in line with a recent report that suggested the handset could make a debut in October. To recall, the handset was rumoured to make its debut sometime in August, but it has reportedly been delayed due to an ongoing semiconductor shortage.
The Galaxy S21 FE was spotted on Geekbench revealing the presence of Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. The new report claims that Samsung might go with Exynos processors as an alternate. This could be the Exynos 2100 which the company used in Samsung Galaxy S21 series devices.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE: Leaked Specifications!
The renders of the upcoming Galaxy S21 FE were leaked on the web last month. A leak earlier has suggested that the handset will offer a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, and a punch-hole notch. The smartphone is said to be equipped with a 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging.
Going by the leaked renders, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will offer a triple-rear camera setup. The camera housing on the handset will be very similar to that of other S21 series devices. The smartphone is expected to feature a 12MP primary main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and an 8MP telephoto lens. What do you think of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE? Do let us know in the comments below.
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