Samsung Galaxy S21 FE makes surface before launch, could be bigger than Galaxy S21

Renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (Fan Edition) were shared by a known tipster. The shared renderings show a design similar to the Galaxy S21 series with a few tweaks. Samsung launched the Galaxy S21 series in January this year. The range included three models: Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The upcoming Galaxy S21 FE is expected to be a more affordable and cost-effective proposition, just like its predecessor, the Galaxy S20 FE.

The renders for the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE were posted on Voice by well-known tipster @OnLeaks aka Steve Hemmerstoffer. The renderings detail the design of the future smartphone and the expected handset is expected to be quite similar to the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 + smartphones. The small change to the back of the Galaxy S21 FE is the camera bump, as Hemmerstoffer claims it protrudes from the back panel instead of the metal frame compared to other smartphones in the series. The body should also be constructed from a plastic composite similar to glass.

The Galaxy S21 FE is expected to have a 6.4-inch display with a slightly larger perforated camera than the vanilla Galaxy S21. Last year’s Galaxy S20 FE also had a larger screen than the regular Galaxy S20. However, the Galaxy S21 FE is even smaller than its predecessor, measuring 155.7×74.5×7.9mm. There has been no official confirmation yet from the South Korean tech giant, but the Galaxy S21 FE is expected to launch later this year.

Earlier this month, Samsung announced that it is offering cashback and a trade-in bonus on its Galaxy S21 series. After applying the discounts, customers can purchase Galaxy S21 for Rs. 64,999, Galaxy S21 + for Rs. 68,999, and Galaxy S21 Ultra for Rs. 95,999. There is an additional offer where customers can bundle a Galaxy Watch Active2 worth Rs. 23,990 or Galaxy Buds Pro worth Rs. 15,990 for Rs. 990 with any of the Galaxy series smartphones. S21.

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