Samsung Galaxy S21 FE: New certification confirms display size, dimensions, battery capacity and no microSD card reader
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The Galaxy S21 FE has been popping up everywhere recently, including at the FCC. Now, MyFixGuide has found the upcoming handset at the TENAA, a sure sign that Samsung plans to sell the device in China. Incidentally, Android Headlines leaked a marketing asset of the Galaxy S21 FE last week, too.
While FCC documentation provided some information about the Galaxy S21 FE, the TENAA has outlined more aspects about the device. Specifically, the TENAA confirms that the Galaxy S21 FE has a 6.4-inch display within a 155.7 mm tall frame. Additionally, the 7.9 mm thick device has a 4,370 mAh battery and dual-SIM support. Based on the listing, Samsung will not include a microSD card slot in its Fan Edition smartphone this year.
Additionally, the device may well ship with Android 11, even though Samsung is not expected to begin shipping it until late 2021. However, this would be in keeping with the Galaxy S20 FE, which Samsung shipped with Android 10, despite Android 11 being available. The FCC confirmed that the Galaxy S21 FE has a Snapdragon 888 too, so the Fan Edition smartphone should offer flagship-level performance.