Galaxy S21 FE Listed On Samsung’s Support Page, Colors And Design Revealed


New Delhi: With CES 2022 slated to be held in January 2022 and the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G expected to be launched at the event, the smartphone has now been spotted on Samsung’s support page. The official render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE went live on the company’s support page for UAE region before being taken down.

The dedicated support page for the Galaxy S21 FE was live for a short time and it showed the smartphone’s thumbnail, says a report by GizmoChina. Apart from being listed on Samsung’s official support page, the Galaxy S21 FE covers have also been spotted in Silicone, Premium Clear, and Clear Standing Rugged covers on Samsung’s Colombian website, further indicating an imminent launch.

Earlier last week, a report suggested that when Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is unveiled in January, it will be available in India, among other countries, in the first wave of launch. The Galaxy S21 FE is likely to be shipping with both a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and an Exynos 2100 chipset, depending on the region, as usual.

Galaxy S21 FE Expected Specifications

The upcoming Galaxy S21 FE is likely to arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor or Exynos 2100 chipset, depending on the region. The smartphone may feature a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. There will be a 4,500 mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging.

A famed leakster had earlier suggested that Samsung will host its annual ‘Unpacked’ event not once, but twice in 2022. While the first ‘Unpacked’ event will be hosted on January 4, the second one will be taking place on February 8.

Both the events will see the launches of the long-rumoured Galaxy S21 FE and flagship Galaxy S22 series, respectively, according to leakster Jon Prosser.

While it is known that the Galaxy FE lineup comprises the upper-mid-range segment of handsets, the Galaxy S22 will be the next flagship series from Samsung. According to reports, the delay in the long-awaited Galaxy S21 FE is attributed to the global semiconductor crisis and not due to a strategy by the South Korean handset major.



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