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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Obtains FCC Certification With 45W Fast Charging

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In the past few weeks, there have been widespread rumors that Samsung is about to launch a more affordable Galaxy S21 FE model. The latest news from MyFixGuide claims that the device has passed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification and is ready to be launched on the market as soon as possible. 

Earlier it was reported that the same device will come to the United States with 6GB RAM. According to the information published on the FCC official website, Samsung has submitted two models namely, SM-G990U and SM-G990U1, and the new device will be compatible with 25W EP-TA800 and 45W EP-TA845 fast charging.

Unfortunately, as revealed in a previous report, Samsung is unlikely to include the original fast charger in the mobile phone box. In terms of configuration, referring to the Geekbench benchmark database exposed earlier, it can be seen that the Galaxy S21 FE is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and 8GB RAM.

Moreover, the leaked renderings indicate that the Galaxy S21 FE will have more color options. Apart from replacing the back cover from glass to plastic, the overall design style of the Galaxy S21 series is continues.

Talking about the screen, the Galaxy S21 FE is equipped with a 6.41-inch Super AMOLED screen that supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz, supplemented by an Infinity-O perforated screen front camera + 3 rear camera combination. If all goes well, the device may be available in the next few months probably in September or October.

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