Editor's note: Samsung's fan-centric version of the flagship Galaxy S series gives it another excuse to launch into the company's already saturated market. However, 10 million units of the S20 FE were sold just over a year after its launch in Q4 2020 which means that this strategy is working, and we can expect this type to continue for the foreseeable future.
Samsung's second attempt to modify the latest model of the Galaxy S series this time took a few more months, beginning in early 2022, when rumors of a future S22 Ultra began. The fan-focused version of the regular S21 has roughly the same specs and design, but covers it in new colors for a base price of just under $699.
The slightly larger S21 FE 5G comes with a slightly larger overview. A larger 6.4-inch AMOLED display (versus the 6.2-inch in the S21) with the same 2400 x 1080 resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. This chip supports the same 5G SD 888 chip, but with 128.6GB of RAM (compared to 8GB/128GB of the S21 range) in the base model. p>
$699 Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G blurs the line between mid-range phones Range and key phones. p>
Another slight drop, the 8MP telephoto lens from the Fan version in the dual camera array replaces the regular S21's 64MP sensor, however, the front camera has been increased from 10MP to a 32MP unit. < /p>
What Samsung fans are most aware of is the lack of microSD development, which Samsung completely ditched with the S21 series, but the fan-based version should perfectly restore it, however, the larger 4,500 mAh battery S21 FE watch, Android 12 with One UI 4 out of the box, and the same advanced design as the standard flagship, are definitely positive.