Samsung Galaxy Note 21 FE to feature SPen support
Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has been in the news for quite some time. In the past reports have hinted towards Samsung cancelling its Galaxy Note series to focus on its foldable smartphones. Now, word is that Samsung is working on Galaxy Note 21 FE.
Let's Go Digital projects that the Galaxy Note 20 will get a successor around August this year. The company is also expected to launch a Fan Edition. This smartphone is likely to be called Galaxy Note 21 FE.
The image shared by the publication shows that the Galaxy Note 21 FE is likely to feature a design that is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra that was launched earlier this year. It will come with a vertically stacked rear camera setup that is placed in a camera module with a metallic finish. The report also says the Galaxy Note 21 FE will feature SPen support. In the box, the company will ship SPen, a SIM ejector tool along with a charging cable.
As per a separate report by GizChina, DSCC founder Ross Young last month had said that while there are no signs of launching the Note 21, the company may launch the Galaxy Note 20 FE, which could be called the Galaxy Note 21 FE.
While nothing much is known about the phone’s specifications right now, the report by Lets Go Digital says that the phone is expected to come with a 6.5-inch HD+ display and a 4,100mAh battery. As far as the pricing is concerned, the phone is likely to cost 790 Euros, which is the same as what Samsung charges for Galaxy Note 20 5G.