- A leak has shared 360-degree videos that reportedly show the Galaxy S21 FE.
- True to rumors, it’s a spin on the regular S21 with a lower-cost design.
- The S21 FE could launch as soon as Samsung’s rumored Unpacked event in August.
You don’t have to settle for static images if you’re determined to see the Galaxy S21 FE from every angle. Well–known leaker Evan Blass has shared 360-degree videos (really, animations) of the ‘entry’ flagship phone in multiple colors, including the green you see here as well as white, violet, and black.
As you might expect, the S21 FE in these clips is effectively a lower-cost take on the standard S21. You’ll still see a conspicuous three-camera bump on the back and a hole-punch selfie cam on the front, just with a more liberal use of plastic instead of the part-metal build from before. You’ll also see a single color across the entire body rather than the two-tone look from many regular S21 variants.
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Value for money is likely to remain the S21 FE’s selling point. It’s rumored to keep the Snapdragon 888 chip that makes the S21 series so quick, just with slightly reduced specs that lower the costs. Pricing is less clear, although the new phone might cost less than the $699 S20 FE.
You might not have to wait long to see more. Samsung might introduce the S21 FE at an expected Unpacked event in August if it doesn’t have a reason to wait. If so, you might have an easy choice if you want a speedy Samsung phone without paying full flagship prices.