Samsung has been working on the Galaxy S21 FE for quite some time. The device has already premiered on several certification sites. We also recently learned that this device would come in Fall 2021. Today, we learned that this smartphone could first come to the USA.
According to the listing site, the model number SM-G990U would feature a Snapdragon 888 chipset alongside two different variants – one to own 6GB of RAM, the other to have 8GB of RAM.
We also learned that this smartphone would feature a “lahaina” motherboard and an ARMv8 chipset featuring a total of eight cores. This special variant is for the USA
The CPU cores on this device are arranged in three clusters. The first has a single high-performance core clocked at 2.84GHz. The second has three CPU cores operating at up to 2.42GHz. And the third has four CPU cores tuned for efficiency, clocked at 1.8GHz.
We also learned from a source that this device would run Android 11, expectedly coming in with OneUI 3.1.
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