Samsung may release a successor to the Galaxy S20 FE later this year. That would mean that the recently released Galaxy S21 will be given a cheaper jacket.
Samsung is working on Galaxy S21 FE
According to the website Sammobile Samsung is working on the Galaxy S21 FE, the successor to the popular Galaxy S20 FE. The company recently came out with the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra, but it also plans to launch a cheaper flagship. It is still unclear when the Galaxy S21 FE should appear. The S20 FE appeared in October last year, so it seems to be a while before the phone is announced.
Little is known about the Galaxy S21 FE, but Sammobile writes that the smartphone has 5G support, 128GB / 256GB of storage space, Android 11 and multiple color options. The processor, screen size and battery capacity are still unclear, although we expect this information to leak out later.
The Galaxy S20 FE
The Galaxy S20 FE is an affordable alternative to the more expensive Galaxy S20 phones released last year. The 4G version of the smartphone has a suggested retail price of 649 euros, while the 5G variant costs 749 euros. Both versions have now fallen in price by about 100 euros.
The device has a plastic back, just like the Galaxy S21. Under the hood is a powerful processor, with 6 / 8GB RAM and 128 / 256GB storage space, depending on which version you choose. The 6.5-inch screen has a high refresh rate of 120Hz, which makes the phone very fast and smooth to use. There are three cameras on the back and the phone is getting three major Android updates.
Do you want to know more? Check out the extensive Samsung Galaxy S20 FE review, in which we tell you everything about the pros and cons of the device. Also take a look at our Galaxy S21 review and Galaxy S21 Ultra review if you want to know what the latest high-end Samsung phones have to offer.
Also interesting: our video about the Samsung Galaxy S21
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