For the past few months, we have heard the news about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G. We also heard recently that the company is in the mass production process and it might come in the next month. But today, we heard that this device might not come.
According to a report, Samsung released an official statement, “We canceled the Galaxy S21FE online unpacking, which was planned for mid-October. We are reviewing the smartphone launch itself.” There could be two reasons for that; (1) the global chip shortage or (2) the company is expecting a low sales figure for the Galaxy S21 FE due to the recently launched Galaxy Z Flip 3. We aren’t sure which one would be true. But we are certain that this device isn’t coming soon.
The Galaxy S21 FE 5G was supposed to come with the Snapdragon 888 chipset built by Samsung Foundry using its 5nm process node that could be paired with an 8GB of memory and 128GB.
Besides that, the device is also expected to feature a 6.4-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 1080 x 2340 resolution.
Camera-wise, this device is expected to feature a triple-camera system – 32MP primary + 12MP Ultra-wide camera + 8MP Telephoto camera. The whole will generate power from a 4370 mAh battery, supporting 45W fast charging.
All these depend if Samsung decides to launch the smartphone. Otherwise, we might not see any of that.
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