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Galaxy S21 FE rumors: Samsung’s Next Budget Phone Could Be Launched Soon

Galaxy S21 FE rumours: Samsung’s Next Budget Phone Could Be Launched Soon

Despite earlier rumours of the phone’s possible cancellation, the latest buzz from LetsGoDigital says Samsung’s next Fan Edition phone will launch on Jan. 11, 2022. Information Guide Nigeria

Recall that the Galaxy S20 FE was launched last year, offering a balanced combination of handy features for a reasonable $699 starting price. And its successor, the Galaxy S21 FE, could be on its way soon.

According to CNET, Samsung showed off the expensive foldable Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 at its August Unpacked event and more options to customize those phones at its October Unpacked Part 2 event. Although upgrades to other phones in the Galaxy S21 lineup are also on their way in the near future — here’s what we know about the Galaxy S22 so far — Drew Blackard, Samsung Electronics America’s vice president of product management, previously said in an interview with CNET that they’re not a threat to the Galaxy FE or Note.

Specifications

The Galaxy S21 FE’s specs list reportedly appeared on China’s TENAA certification site (via MyFixGuide). According to the listing, the phone would have a 6.4-inch screen with a 2,340×1,080-pixel resolution, a 4,370-mAh battery, three cameras (a 32-megapixel main lens, a 12-megapixel front-facing, and an 8-megapixel), an in-display fingerprint sensor, and support for 45-watt fast-charging. The phone would also include 8GB RAM as well as 128GB and 256GB storage options.

If true, a 6.4-inch screen would make the phone a bit taller than the 6.2-inch screen on the higher-end Galaxy S21, while being slightly smaller than the 6.5-inch screen on last year’s Galaxy S20 FE. However, this camera would be both a step up from the Galaxy S20 FE’s main 12-megapixel lens and a step down from the S21’s 64-megapixel camera.

CNET reports that other rumoured specs were reportedly spotted on the Google Play Console analytics tool, according to MyFixGuide, including 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 888 chip.

It could also include four free months of YouTube Premium, as SamMobile reports that Samsung France’s website briefly listed that perk as coming with the purchase of a Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, or Galaxy S21 Ultra.

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A leaked user manual for the Galaxy S21 FE, obtained by SamMobile, supported some of the previously rumoured features, including an in-display fingerprint sensor. It also showed the new phone could offer reverse wireless charging support, IP68 dust, and water resistance and Dolby Atmos support. The manual didn’t mention a MicroSD slot, which appeared on last year’s Galaxy S20 FE.

According to CNET, noted leaker, Evan Blass posted images that may be the Galaxy S21 FE. Noted leaker Evan Blass tweeted out various purported Samsung renders in July, which included a possible look at the Galaxy S21 FE. Blass later revealed what he said were 3D renders of the upcoming smartphone on Twitter in August.

According to the renders on his account, the phone could have a similar appearance to the Galaxy S21, including a punchout for the front-facing camera and three cameras on the back. Jamb Result

The similarity to the S21 makes sense: The Galaxy S20 FE kept much of the S20’s design language while making cuts to the screen resolution and cameras that likely helped bring down the price. And according to a leak reported by SamMobile, the S21 FE will reportedly come in at least five colors.

The leaked user manual for the upcoming phone, also from SamMobile, showed that the Galaxy S21 FE would come in white, black, green, and purple.

We may have gotten a sneak peek at the Galaxy S21 FE in a back-to-school promo image briefly posted to Samsung’s official Instagram account in August. The phone is shown in a backpack beside a laptop and a pair of Galaxy Buds Pro. It looks similar to the Galaxy S21 from behind, but is shown in a lilac color that isn’t currently one of the color options for the Galaxy S21. The post has since been deleted from Samsung’s account.

Price

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE’s price started at $699 in the US, which was a substantial discount from the Galaxy S20’s $999 starting price. That price also undercut rival OnePlus 8T’s $749 starting price.

However, the Galaxy S21’s starting price of $800 was notably lower than the Galaxy S20’s, and it seems unlikely that a Galaxy S21 FE would receive a similar $300 discount — like the Galaxy A series of phones occupies that sub-$500 price range.

CNET reports that a report from GizChina hypothesizes that the S21 FE line could launch with a starting price of $699, the same as the starting price at launch for the Galaxy S20 FE. That price would still put it about $100 lower than the Galaxy S21, positioning it as a higher-end value option.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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