Samsung Galaxy S21 FE leaks in hands-on photos ahead of January unveiling
Samsung is not expected to launch the Galaxy S21 FE until early January, but the device has leaked numerous times so far. Now, hands-on pictures are circulating on Twitter, courtesy of @Abhisheksoni130. Leaked marketing assets have already confirmed what Samsung's next fan edition looks like, though.
While @Abhisheksoni130's photos are the first of a real device, he has also offered more insights about it. Specifically, he has confirmed that the Galaxy S21 FE has a plastic back. Accordingly, the device is lightweight and supports a 120 Hz refresh rate, matching the Galaxy S20 FE.
Incidentally, the Galaxy S21 FE is thought to arrive with a Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 SoC, depending on where you live. Samsung is also believed to have equipped all variants with a 32 MP front-facing camera, a 64 MP primary camera, dual 12 MP rear-facing sensors and an 8 MP telephoto sensor.
Moreover, the Galaxy S21 FE should launch with up to 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Unfortunately, it is unclear how much the Galaxy S21 FE will cost when it debuts. However, the Galaxy S22 series could appear just a month later, so we would expect Samsung to price the Galaxy S21 FE competitively.