Samsung is working on a Fan Edition version of the Galaxy S21 series – Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. We already are seeing a lot of rumors surfacing on the variant online. Although speculations of it launching in August are rife there is no confirmation on the same. According to a report, there might be delays due to production issues. Samsung, however, negated the alleged delay rumors.
Now, the device has surfaced on the US FCC certification website. The certification site reveals details regarding the charging speed and connectivity options of the S21 FE. Moreover, the latest news comes from MyFixGuide which reports that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is ready to launch soon-ish.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Spotted on US FCC
According to the listing on the FCC website, the S21 FE with model number SM-G990U is compatible with two Samsung chargers with model numbers EP-TA800 and EP-TA845. The former is offering 25W fast charging. Whereas, the latter supports 45W fast charging. A previous report also claims that the Samsung handset will come with 25W fast charging support.
Earlier, Evan Blass has leaked 360-degree-view renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. He shares an image showing off the five color options, namely, Green, White, Blue, Gray, and Violet. On the other hand, a recent sighting on Geekbench, reveals some key details on the device. It is listing on the certification site with the model number SM-G990B.
According to the listing, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will power on Snapdragon 888 SoC. The variant listed on Geekbench has 8GB of RAM. It runs Android 11 out of the box. We can expect a layer of OneUI 3.0 on top of the Android mobile operating system. However, these are some of the leaks which have surfaced unofficially for quite some time now.
Furthermore, as per a leak, the device is likely to cost around KRW 700,000-800,000 (roughly Rs. 45,800-52,300). In the end, it will be cheaper than the Galaxy S20 FE which launched at KRW 899,900 (around Rs. 59,000).