Galaxy S21 FE : Strikingly Similar?

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Galaxy S21 FE

It seems that Samsung is indeed keeping good on its promise of launching a new Samsung Galaxy FE every year, as the Korean manufacturer has just gone on to announce an FE version for its latest Galaxy S21 series. And now, we have also had our very first look towards the upcoming smartphone which should indeed end up being launched as the Galaxy S21 FE. The renders proceed on to show a device which appears to be a replica of the Galaxy S21 which of course was introduced this year, however, after taking a more closer look, it seems a tad different.

The very first look with respect to the Galaxy S21 FE comes as a result of renders which had been posted by a very popular leaker. The images show that the phone is surrounded by a Cloud Navy paint job – which as one can hope will be one of the colors that the phone ends up being launched with.

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As far as the front of the device goes : the Galaxy S21 FE makes way with a flat display and a centered punch hole, much similar to what we saw with the Galaxy S21. And as far as the back of the phone goes, it features with a similar number of rear cameras and also makes way in keeping the LED flash in the same position as well. The difference actually comes in the design of the camera housing.

The back panel of the phone most likely will feature with a “glasstic” panel, however, the frame is metal as antenna bands are visible around it. Along with the USB-C port, there is also a speaker grill and also a SIM card tray. Both the power button as well as the volume rockers are present on the right hand side of the phone, while the left hand side is devoid of buttons.

For now, there happens to be no mention with respect to when the phone will end up being launched. However, we don’t expect that it will be announced anytime before the third quarter of this year. 

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