Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 360 degree render tip Triple rear cameras, flat display


Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has leaked again ahead of its upcoming launch. The phone was spotted in 360-degree renderings that tilted its design from all angles. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is said to be an affordable model in the Galaxy S21 range. It will likely compromise on specs to bring the price down, but the design language should be in harmony with the flagship of the Galaxy S21 series. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC.

Tipster Evan Blass leaked 360-degree renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in multiple colors. The phone is available in blue, gray, green, purple and white. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is expected to have the same camera module design on the back as the other Galaxy S21 models. The phone, as seen in renderings, has a triple rear camera and a flat, perforated display on the front. The frame around the display is very thin. At the bottom are the speaker grille, SIM tray and USB Type-C port, while the buttons are on the right edge. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will probably have a fingerprint sensor in the display.

Past leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE could have a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The smartphone has already been spotted on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and China’s 3C certification websites, which both listed its 45W and 25W fast charging capabilities. It was also spotted on Geekbench with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC under the hood and 8GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE measures 155.7 x 74.5 x 7.9 mm. A separate report also suggested that the handset come with a 4,500 mAh battery – slightly larger than the 4,000 mAh battery found on the Galaxy S21. Samsung has not yet officially announced the Galaxy S21 FE.

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