Somehow, The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Makes an Appearance in This Hands-on Video
According to LetsGoDigital and Concept Creator, the Galaxy S21’s rear panel has been mocked up in real time and shown in a live video. In a video posted by Concept Creator Jermain Smit, this rear panel is shown on a mock-up of a Galaxy S10 frame. Despite the fact that this isn’t quite a “hands-on,” it does give us an idea of how big it will be.
A mock-up design of the Galaxy S21 FE based on previously available CAD renders does not provide any evidence of the phone’s design, even though it is based on the design. Galaxy S21 FE’s rear panel has the integrated camera bump from the S21 series, although it’s worth mentioning that this component of the unannounced phone is made of plastic.
He describes receiving the “primary camera and telephoto lens,” which may allow him to determine if the cameras are stabilized with optical lenses.
Galaxy S21 FE was supposed to be unveiled months ago, but Samsung has postponed its release because of supply chain issues. Rumors about the S21 FE’s release date indicate to a likely introduction during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which takes place from January 5-8, 2022.
For the Galaxy S21 FE, the unconfirmed specifications include an AMOLED screen with 120Hz refresh rate and in-display fingerprint scanner, a 4,500mAh battery, and either an Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888 processor. Colour options for the phone include violet, pink, white and gray.