Samsung has already launched the Galaxy S21 series in the first half of the year. In the second half of the year, you can look forward to the flagship Galaxy S21 FE with a small screen but full cost performance. Now Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has obtained FCC certification in the United States. The listing suggests this phone is not far from the official launch date, and it is expected to officially debut in July and August.
The certification listing shows that the Galaxy S21 FE has two models: SM-G990U and SM-G990U1, but it is not clear what the specific specifications represent, but it was revealed in advance that the phone will support 45W fast charging.
In terms of chipset, the Galaxy S21 FE is said to pack a Snapdragon 888 processor, supplemented by 8GB memory specifications, pre-installed with Android 11 system, a single-core running score of 592 points, multi-core running scores of 2610 points. It has been reported that the Galaxy S21 FE will also launch a 6GB memory version at a relatively lower price. As for the storage, there are 128GB and 256GB options.
As per the leak, the Galaxy S21 FE continues the overall design of the S21 series. The front is equipped with a centre-punched full display screen, but the screen-to-body ratio has been upgraded. Its screen size is 6.5 inches, the resolution is FHD+, and it supports a 120Hz refresh rate, fingerprint under the screen.