Deal | The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is down to US$599.99 a month after its launch
Samsung has only recently started selling the Galaxy S21 FE, its long-delayed replacement for the Galaxy S20 FE. Initially launched for US$699.99, the Galaxy S21 FE is already available at a discount through Amazon US. Currently, the retailer has reduced the device by US$100 across both memory configurations. In other words, the Galaxy S21 FE is between 13% and 14% cheaper than it was when it debuted last month.
As it stands, the Galaxy S21 FE costs US$599.99 with 128 GB of storage or US$699.99 for the 256 GB version. Both memory configurations have 8 GB of RAM and rely on the same Snapdragon 888 SoC for reference. By contrast, Samsung is expected to bring the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 to North America shores next week with the Galaxy S22 series, which could start at US$899.
In comparison, Samsung US is selling the Galaxy S21 FE at its MSRP, but with a complimentary pair of Galaxy Buds Live earbuds. While Samsung stresses that the earbuds are worth US$169.99, the company sells them for US$99.99, as does Amazon US. However, the latter only stocks the 256 GB version in Graphite; all colours are available with 128 GB of storage.