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Unofficial renders unveil first look of Samsung Galaxy S21 FE design

By   Rini Dalvi

Date: Apr 12, 2021

Sources have revealed that consumer electronics major Samsung is expected to launch its new offering- Galaxy S21 FE soon. Apparently, the new images of this latest device do not show much design changes from that of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. However, it does have one aesthetic change, i.e., the rear camera module has now become a more integrated part of the device’s back casing, instead of extending from the metal frame at the side. This implies that it is of the same color as the rear of the phone which gives a more consistent look.

The phone is expected to be 3.3 mm wider and 4 mm taller as compared to the standard Galaxy S21 that was launched before it. The thickness, however, is going to be the same. Speaking of display size, it is supposed to increase from 6.2 inches to 6.4 inches.

This new handset is anticipated to provide the punch hole selfie camera on front of the smartphone and on the back, Samsung is apparently going to use the same material mix of glass and plastic on the Galaxy S21. The company calls this material mix as 'glasstic'.

Sources suggest that the company had retained the best features from the Galaxy S20 in its Galaxy S20 FE that too at substantially less price, which turned out to be a big hit. The company is now looking to apply the same successful formula to the new Galaxy S21 FE.

Details of the specifications are reportedly not available at present. However, it has been mentioned that the company is expected to set the price at $700. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE phone was released at a retail price of $699 (£699 or AU$1,149) for the 5G model.

According to the earlier speculations, the Galaxy S21 FE phone is going to appear in August, probably with a 32MP front-facing camera and in color options such as light green, gray, white, pink and purple.

Source credits: https://www.techradar.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s21-fe-design-revealed-in-unofficial-renders

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