It has been rumored for some time that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will be released later than planned due to chip shortages. Now Samsung seems to have found a solution to the problem. An official image has also been leaked.
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‘Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will come with Exynos chip in October'
According to a report by Maeil is the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE delayed to October. The device was scheduled for August, but due to long-term chip shortages, production is behind schedule. To make the delay as short as possible, Samsung is reportedly replacing the Snapdragon 888 chip in some of the devices for an Exynos 2100.
In the past, Samsung received a lot of comments about the use of the often inferior Exynos chips in devices for certain markets. For example, the Exynos variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with battery issues and lower performance than its Snapdragon sibling.
If Samsung chooses to equip the Galaxy S21 FE with an Exynos chip, you probably don't have to worry. The Exynos 2100, which is also available in the Galaxy S21 can be found, performs almost the same as the Snapdragon 888. Hopefully Samsung will actually opt for this chip – and not for an older version.
Available in black, white, purple and green
The design of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE was no longer a secret, but the images keep leaking. Android Headlines now comes with a marketing image of the device, clearly showing the camera design and color options.
The colors are a lot more subtle than those of last year's Galaxy S20 FE. This makes the device look quieter. Not much can be said about the choice of materials based on the image. It is expected that the back will be made of matte plastic and the edges will be aluminum.
The Galaxy S21 FE is expected to be priced slightly lower than the standard Galaxy S21, meaning it will likely cost around $700 or less.
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