Google unveils Samsung Galaxy S21 FE again
The imminent launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been confirmed once again, and it’s Google that is leaking it. Again.
Samsung’s highly anticipated late 2021 hardware overhaul has appeared on Google ARCore Supported Devices product page, which frequently adds devices that have been confirmed to work with Android augmented reality apps.
Alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G and Motorola Motorola Edge 20, which are very present in the market, is the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, which is not at all.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been one of the less well-kept secrets of recent months, even after its release was reportedly pushed beyond the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event in August.
Just recently, it was listed in the Google Play Console Developer Database, with key specs like a Snapdragon 888 processor and 6GB of RAM.
Barely a day later, Samsung itself reversed the fuse on its latest Fan Edition phone, with Samsung France letting the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE name slip into the fine print of a YouTube Premium offering.
Last year’s Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was a surprise hit, taking much of what was good with the Samsung Galaxy S20 and packing it into a more affordable case. Arguably the warm reception of the phone influenced Samsung’s approach with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21.
The Galaxy S20 FE rolled out on October 2, 2020, so if Samsung is consistent, we should finally see its successor very soon.