The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will be released in January – we’re pretty sure of that. But we already know what it will look like. Because a Samsung site has made a mistake and thus the smartphone has already been shown on official pictures.
We’ve been talking about the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE for a long time. We originally expected it back in the summer when the Samsung foldable smartphones were also introduced. However, the chip crisis ensured that it had not yet been presented and that the launch was even completely on the brink in the meantime. We are now hoping for a presentation in January 2022 – and Samsung has now done us a favor and officially confirmed the design of the S21 FE.
Galaxy S21 FE appearance
As Gizchina reports, Samsung has made a small glitch. More specifically, it is the United Arab Emirates Samsung support site. The following picture of the Galaxy S21 FE was live there for a short time:
In the meantime, the picture has disappeared again, but of course, the smartphone is still making the rounds on the Internet. We see a smartphone that is almost like an egg to the Galaxy S21 (test). We recognize the triple cam in a vertical arrangement and the more pronounced chin on the front compared to the other sides.
So now, at least visually, we definitely know what we’re dealing with. If the schedule is right and the S21 FE actually appears next January, we are now only weeks away from the launch. And yes, shortly after that, the Galaxy S22 with the Galaxy S22 + and the Galaxy S22 Ultra is at his side in the house.
So over the quiet Christmas days, you can still think in detail about which handset the Korean should own in the future. Until then, you can also take another look at the current best Samsung smartphones – and tell us in the comments whether you are looking forward to the Galaxy S21 FE or whether it is presented to you too late.
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