The design of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE confirmed by a new leak?

We’ve been hearing rumors for a very long time about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. It’s to the point that we now know almost everything about the smartphone – the only thing left for Samsung is to launch it. Last week, a report claimed that Samsung planned to launch the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone in January 2022. The report claimed that Samsung had started serial production of the device, two months before the launch, and now a new leak. shows the rear panel of the device from the pre-assembly line.

Device renderings were shared by @MauriQHD on Twitter (via Sammobile). The pictures show the rear panel of the S21 FE from the front and the back. This shows that the smartphone will feature a tri-camera setup, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 with an LED flash alongside. The camera module looks a bit ‘pushed back’, but Sammobile “Awaits” the final version which will have a camera housing that will protrude.

    Samsung’s latest Galaxy device in the FE series. It features flagship-level specs, camera, and build quality at a more affordable price.

Samsung S21 FE has been one of the most lagged smartphones for quite some time. With the global chip shortage in place and Samsung’s latest foldable smartphones enjoying greater demand than expected, the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE has been significantly delayed. With Let’s go digital, Now pointing to a mid-January release, and the pre-assembly S21 FE back panel is leaking, it looks like the mid-range smartphone isn’t that far away.

Sanuj Bhatia

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