Samsung Galaxy S21 FE launch seems to be inching closer. We have been learning new details of this upcoming handset from the last few months. The device has started appearing on multiple certifications and benchmarks over the past few weeks. The S21 FE had gained the required 3C and TUV certification back in June. Additionally, the phone was spotted on Geekbench several times. Now, ahead of launch, the Galaxy S21 FE has gained the required TENAA certification in China recently. The TENAA listing reveals the specifications and renders of the handset ahead of launch. Let’s take a look at the specifications revealed by TENAA certification:
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Receives TENAA Certification
If we go by TENAA certification, we can see that the Galaxy S21 FE is listed with model number SM-G9900. On the certification website, it is mentioned that the S21 FE will feature a 6.4-inch display with 1080 × 2340 pixels resolution. The device will be powered by 2.8GHz octa-core SoC. As per the previous Geekbench listing, the handset is said to come with Snapdragon 888 chipset. The phone will come with 8GB of RAM along with 128GB/256GB storage options as per TENAA certification. The device is listed on the certification website with Android 11.
As for the optics, as per the TENAA certification, the S21 FE will feature a triple-camera setup. The device’s rear-facing camera module is tipped to incorporate 32MP + 12MP + 8MP cameras. For selfies and video-calling purpose, the phone will sport a 12MP camera. The device is said to pack a 4370mAh battery. The handset might offer 25W fast charging support. As per the TENAA certification, the S21 FE will launch in White and Grey colour options. Dimensions-wise, the S21 FE could measure around 155.7 × 74.5 × 7.9mm and might weigh around 176 grams.
As far as the pricing of the S21 FE is concerned, the device is expected to be priced between 700,000 to 800,000 won (Rs 45,846 – Rs 52,395). The launch of the handset is reported to be delayed. It is said that the S21 FE will launch in October later this year. What are your thoughts about the S21 FE? Do let us know in the comments below.