The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been formalized: few details to bluster about


The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is now available for purchase after being delayed due to a shortage of components last year. The South Korean Tech champ took advantage of the CES exhibition in Las Vegas to unveil the Galaxy S21 FE. There is not much difference between the current S21 FE and its predecessor. Here is what the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has in its cup.

The manufacturer substituted the metal casing as seen on the photograph modules with a plastic case that features bright colors like Lavender and Olive and matte black and white. Another area where the manufacturer decided to have a downgrade is the definition of its picture sensors. The macro lenses have a few pixels due to X3 zoom, while the selfie camera boosted resolution from 10 to 32 megapixels.

The model also includes two minor features that might make a significant difference: Already, it’s a 6.4-inch slab against 6.2-inch, which will likely appeal to those who like more extensive displays. Another essential element is that Samsung opted to equip the S21 FE with a Snapdragon 888 processor rather than the Exynos 2100, which is often regarded as less efficient.

 However, since the S21 FE’s base configuration only has 6 GB of RAM, compared to 8 GB in the traditional S21, we’ll have to depend on a bit less RAM. For its Autonomy, we still have the 4500 mAh battery capacity and a charge rate of 25 W in wired mode and 15 W in wireless mode.

S21 FE availability and its prices

The smartphone is offered in Lavender, olive, black, and white colors at the following prices:

  •  6 GB RAM + 128 GB costs 759 euros(KES 97,174)
  • 8 GB RAM + 256 GB costs 829 euros(KES 106,136).

The prices may vary when it is marketed here locally