Samsung seems to be creating a trend with the FE (Fan Edition) line. After launching the Galaxy S20 FE in 2020 with top features, but compromising in some ways to lower the price, the South Korean manufacturer should repeat the formula this year.

After several rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will be launched in the coming months, renders by Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks). Which means that the images we are seeing will be very faithful to the final design of the product.

Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE.  Credit: @OnLeaks
Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. Credit: @OnLeaks

Like the Galaxy S21, the FE version must have a major plastic construction (or “glastic”, as Samsung calls it). According to this source, the frame will have a more modest metal, and the camera module must also adopt the aforementioned “glastic”.

The screen will be a 6.5 ”inch Super AMOLED with Full HD + resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Apparently, the chambers must also have a “cut” compared to the base model.

Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE.  Credit: @OnLeaks
Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. Credit: @OnLeaks

Where it is said that there will be no cuts, it is in performance. This is because all versions of the smartphone must come with the Snapdragon 888 processor. Which makes it attractive for those who do not want to invest in equipment with Exynos processors.

Remember that the Galaxy S20 FE was launched only in October last year, and you can find out our opinion about the terminal in the dedicated review. There are still no dates for the launch of the new model, but it has everything to win many users.

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