Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Indian launch date, colour variants LEAK
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE leaked details hint us more about its possible launch date in India as well as its colour variants. Here are all details.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE – the most anticipated Samsung phone this year! Although Samsung has kept mum about its details and availability, leaks have left almost no aspect of this phone being a secret. The phone's renders and specifications sheet are all over the Internet, including its expected pricing. Now, it's possible launch date in India is also leaked.
Based on a report from 91Mobiles, it seems that Samsung could launch the Galaxy S21 FE in India around the same time as its global unveiling. The phone is expected to be quietly announced at the upcoming CES 2022 event in January 2022. Hence, it is only a matter of few weeks before we see a new high-end Samsung phone in our country.
Galaxy S21 FE India specific details emerge
Along with the launch date, the Galaxy S21 FE's colour variants for India have also been leaked. Samsung is expected to launch the phone in four colours – White, Black, Pink, and Green. Based on the renders, the phone will have a uniform colour scheme across all of its rear, unlike the regular Galaxy S21 series devices.
Samsung is yet to announce anything regarding the Galaxy S21 FE officially. Hence, you should take this with a pinch of salt. The Galaxy S21 FE is supposed to be the successor to the Galaxy S20 FE 5G that launched in early 2021 in India. Unlike its predecessor, the S21 FE is rumoured to feature the same Exynos 2100 chip as the Galaxy S21 in India.
Rest of the phone's camera system is expected to be largely similar to the Galaxy S21, except for the battery capacity and cameras. Soon after the Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung is expected to debut the Galaxy S22 series devices across the globe. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is supposed to be similar in concept to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra from 2020.
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