Samsung galaxy S21 latest features

The release of the Galaxy S21 FE in a few months was not out of the question.In point of fact, the leaks from the previous weeks have not provided any information that was unexpected.This phone was anticipated to be a less expensive and more diluted version of the Galaxy S21 that we first saw earlier this year.We have seen the phone, know the chip that will power it, and have some confirmation regarding the phone’s RAM capacity.

The Galaxy S21 FE was recently seen displaying its RAM and chipset capacities on the benchmarking platform Geekbench.According to previous rumors, the Galaxy S21 FE will run on the Snapdragon 888 rather than the Exynos 2100. The model that was shown here comes with 8GB of RAM by default, but a less expensive model is expected to have 6GB of RAM.

Galaxy S21 FE seen on benchmarking sites

Additionally, Android 11, which is currently accepted, is listed as the operating system.On the other hand, Samsung’s availability of Android 12 by the time it hit the market was unanticipated.There are no additional details available at this time.

previous Evan Blass leak showed the phone in all its glory.The phone’s design is similar to that of the Galaxy S21 series, complete with a pill-shaped camera housing that fuses into the frame.

Samsung, on the other hand, could opt for plastic over a metal frame and a glass rear because this is a low-cost phone.

In addition to the usual black-and-white colors, the phone is shown in the leaked images in a new dull green and dull purple.The S21 FE will not have access to any of the premium features or dual-tone color finishes that vanilla models have.

The 6.5-inch 1080p AMOLED display will be comparable to that found on the Galaxy S21 Plus and will have a refresh rate of 120 Hz.Despite having few bezels, the front camera will be housed in a cutout hole.

Samsung will only use the Qualcomm chip in this year’s FE release.This is odd considering that the company is collaborating with AMD to create its next-generation mobile chipset.AMD has affirmed that it is teaming up with Samsung to make a custom GPU for its Exynos chip of the future.

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