Samsung Galaxy S21 FE to launch on January 11, a new leak confirms
Update: It's suggested by leakster Jon Prosser via Twitter that although the Galaxy S21 FE is expected to go on sale on January 11, the phone could be announced on January 3 @ 6PM Pacific Time, though Samsung's keynote is scheduled for January 4 @ 6:30PM.
i’m hearing that the announcement for the S21 FE has been moved up to Monday, January 3rd @ 6pm PST— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) December 20, 2021
general availability is still on january 11th. https://t.co/C96vGYXDLY
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The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE was supposed to launch months ago but many issues along the way kept the company from releasing the handset. But Evan Blass may have now revealed the date of its arrival.
In a recent Twitter post, the tipster shared four frontal renders of the handset with different wallpapers but all of them showed January 11. This is a solid hint that coincides with some of the previous rumors about January as a month of release and more specifically, January 11, according to Jon Prosser.
We don't have any other info coming with this tweet but on the other, we already know most, if not all of the S21 FE's specs. The only other thing we could gather from the renders is that the device will most likely support AT&T 5G's network, judging by the icons on the status bar.
- 27 Dec 2021
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- 24 Dec 2021
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- 23 Dec 2021
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