Samsung Galaxy S21 FE appears in colorful renders

05 June 2021
It's rumored to enter mass product next month and launch in Q4 2021.

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  • Anonymous

YUKI93, 05 Jun 2021What can you do with more than 6GB RAM anyway? Even 6GB RAM... moreMy Note 10 plus often use 7-8GB Ram when multitasking.
Will never buy a phone with less than 8gb in the future.

  • Anonymous

Already settled, obsolete charger on near flagship phone

Tigolebitties, 07 Jun 2021What we actually need: -At least 90hz refresh rate + OLED ... moreI'd buy that

  • N

Anonymous, 07 Jun 2021If you still think that Exynos is inferior you need to wake... moreGood

Samsung are in danger of marginalising the flagship s21 .

Anonymous, 05 Jun 2021What we really need: 12gb 256gb 120hz 1080p panel memory... moreWhat we actually need:
-At least 90hz refresh rate + OLED display
-SD 888/870
-8gb ram/128+gb storage with micro sd support
-3.5 mm jack
-Uw+wide lens
-Wireless charging/reverse
What we don't really need but will be a nice addition:
-ToF front camera (Better face recognition)
-Tele lens
-Ip rating
-Metal frame
-Glass back
-4500+mAh battery capacity
What we don't need:
-Macro/depth lens
-Crappy 30mp selfie camera
-4g version
-QHD+ display

  • Anonymous

wojtek, 06 Jun 2021if it would go into international distribution with snapdra... moreIf you still think that Exynos is inferior you need to wake up. It's just as good if not better than the 888.

47cosmos, 07 Jun 2021A 5000mah & Snap 780G would be perfect. I don't mind Samsung downgrading to an upper midrange chipset like the SD 780G for the FE variant. Samsung can also keep the USB-C 3.1 port and give wired Samsung DeX support. LG had proved with the Velvet 5G that their Screen+ Desktop Mode can easily perform well without any lag whatsoever despite only using SD 765G chipset.

  • James

The failed edition.

  • N3

So, the exact same S20 FE but with upgraded chipset and downgraded screen?

A 5000mah & Snap 780G would be perfect.

YUKI93, 05 Jun 2021What can you do with more than 6GB RAM anyway? Even 6GB RAM... morei would prefer just having good app and OS optimization, then the reason for a powerful chipset and more RAM fades

  • wojtek

if it would go into international distribution with snapdragon that would be nice. basically i'm not even considering galaxy s21 (5g) because of dumb exynos..

  • SHEIKH

dragoon20005, 06 Jun 2021I am currently using the S20 FE 256GB 8GB RAM model which w... moreDoes it heatup?

  • Anonymous

Harvey Weinstein , 06 Jun 2021And yet you blame other Chinese brands for bloatware Lol where in the comment did I mention Chinese brands? You need to see a doctor for your hallucinations.

  • Anonymous

wongwatt, 06 Jun 2021Most of it requires disabling in ADB, something I shouldn&#... moreI just said most of them can be disabled during setup. When was your last Samsung phone?

  • dragoon20005

YUKI93, 06 Jun 2021It's very unlikely Samsung will do that since last yea... moreI am currently using the S20 FE 256GB 8GB RAM model which was an upgrade from my S9+

I was supposed to get the S21 Ultra but the deal breaker was the lack of micro SD card slot on a flagship phone made me swing back to the S20 FE. It is kind of stupid not to have storage expansion when they have the best camera module in built. I was planning to use the S21 Ultra as my 4K video vlogging/movie camera. And anyone would know that just recording high bit rate 4K videos eat tons of storage. Which is why I have a 1TB micro SD card in my S20 FE

I heard some conflicting rumor the S21 FE may not have any micro SD Card slot so that's really worrying.

[deleted post]Apple people aren't that knowledgable, just saying.

960, 05 Jun 2021Really hoping this has a headphone jack, because I don'... moreIt's very unlikely Samsung will do that since last year's S20 FE also doesn't have a headphone jack. If anything, we might be seeing the microSD card support coming to the new S21 FE since Samsung removed it for the standard S21 variants, but we'll just wait and see anyway.

Olym1mk2, 05 Jun 2021It's not about what you can do, apple lover! It's... moreLol, so much for "apple lover" when I never own an iPhone. Take the case of Google Pixel phones - Pixel a and previous flagship Pixels have 6GB RAM and yet they have faster performance than their equivalent rivals with more RAM because they have better OS optimization. Same story with ASUS and Sony because they use stock AOSP UI. Even a low-end Windows Phone OS with just a tiny 512MB RAM shows better performance than an equivalent low-end Android phone with 1GB or 2GB RAM. It does really show that software optimization matters a lot! There's no point in having a lot of RAM when there is no efficient memory management system in the first place. It's the truth.