- The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE support page is live again on the company’s official website.
- The smartphone could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset or Exynos 2100, depending upon the region.
- The upcoming smartphone could have a triple rear camera setup at the back.
The saga with the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE seems to never end. After the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE support page was taken down last month, Samsung has now put it up again, suggesting the phone’s launch is still on the cards. Reports last month suggested that Samsung has ditched the Galaxy S21 FE launch owing to the high demand for its new foldable phones and the ongoing chip crisis. Turns out, Samsung might have changed its mind and they may be ready to launch the smartphone by January.
In August, the South Korean tech company unveiled it’s Galaxy Fold 3 and Flip 3, and after that, all eyes were on the imminent launch of Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. Samsung’s official Instagram account, earlier this year, accidentally shared a post showing the Galaxy S21 FE, as reported by 9To5Google. Also last month the support page of the smartphone went live, further hinting at its imminent launch. But Samsung after all the hype, took down both the sources, ahead of a rumuored launch date.
However, it seems that the company might have changed its decision about ditching the Galaxy S21 Fan Edition smartphone and it could finally launch soon enough. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE support page is back online on Samsung’s official website. The support page does not give any more details of the smartphone side from its model number. Nonetheless, the support page going live again means that the smartphone could have an existence and may also launch pretty soon.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE expected specifications
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE could be quite similar to the Galaxy S20 FE 5G in terms of design and build. it should have a flat display with a small punch hole cutout at the top. The display size should be 6.5-inch, with an AMOLED panel and 120Hz refresh rate.
The rumoured phone should have a 4500mAh battery with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 chipset depending upon the region. it should also have a triple rear camera setup at the back and 25W fast charging support. Samsung is still mum on its plan to unveil the long-rumored handset, so we should take all this information with a pinch of salt.