Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE launch date revealed

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For a long time now, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has made headlines for the wrong reasons. It’s been reported that the smartphone’s release date has been pushed back multiple times due to the global semiconductor issue. Some reports even claim that the phone has been killed. Samsung never confirmed that the phone was ‘killed,’ but rumors suggested as much. It was given new life when a leaker said that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE would go on sale in 2022. The Galaxy S21 FE launch date has been narrowed down thanks to a new report.

According to SamMobile, Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE (Fan Edition) will sell in January 2022. Despite this, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will not be available simultaneously as the Galaxy S22. According to the source, Samsung will instead introduce the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone during the Consumer Electronics Show in 2022, otherwise known as CES.

The next Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will be held in Las Vegas on January 5th through 8th, 2022. According to the report, CES 2022 will be the expected launch date for Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE smartphone. This is over a year after Samsung introduced its Galaxy S21 series smartphones and nearly six months later than expected.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE expected specifications

Samsung hasn’t introduced a smartphone at CES in quite some time. Samsung’s new Galaxy S21 FE smartphone is sure to generate a stir during the exhibition. It will feature a wide range of products from other manufacturers. That being said, Samsung hasn’t confirmed anything yet. Hence, until the company provides more definite confirmation of its plans for the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone, all of this information should be treated with caution.

According to rumors, the Galaxy S21 FE would have a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC and a 4,500 mAh battery with 25W rapid charging are slated to power the device. One UI 4.0, based on Android 12, is slated to power the device.