Galaxy S21 FE specs leaked by Google Play Console
Samsung went all out on its third-gen foldable phones, and people are the main target of tons of attention, reviews, and even feedback within the past few days. That’s not surprising considering the novelty and tag of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and even the Galaxy Z Flip 3. However, not all of Samsung’s customers are easily swayed by marketing, and people might appreciate a cheaper flagship. That’s still coming, a minimum of consistent with Google Play’s developer console that just revealed the specs for the upcoming Galaxy S21 FE.
Of course, there isn’t anything new during this premature listing, but the specs confirm what we already know thus far. The Galaxy S21 FE will unsurprisingly run on a Snapdragon 888, the present top-of-the-line Qualcomm SoC, assisted by 6GB of RAM. The Google Play Console data doesn’t mention the 6.4-inch screen size expected, only the 2009×1080 FHD+ resolution.
The more important part of this leak is that the confirmation of the Galaxy S21 FE’s existence. The “cheaper” Galaxy S flagship has had a rather rough ride if rumours are correct. The phone was delayed and even believed to possess been cancelled, mostly thanks to the continued chip supply shortage.
It’s still coming, but some are starting to doubt if it’s insufficient too late for the Fan Edition phone. But, of course, it’ll all depend upon whether Samsung will offer it with an irresistible tag. The rumoured $699 takes it too on the brink of the discounted price of the Galaxy S21 5G base model, making it less of a compelling purchase, especially with continuing discounts and sales.
That wouldn’t be good for a phone that’s meant to salvage the Galaxy S21 line’s sales figures, especially when it’ll arrive three to four months before the Galaxy S22. The Galaxy S21 FE is predicted to be announced in September or October, counting on how the semiconductor situation seems within the coming weeks.