Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 2023; Leaked Training Material Exposes Everything About Device

Sohail Akhtar

Prepare to be thrilled enthusiasts because the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is making a comeback, and this time it's bringing the Snapdragon 888 chipset along for the ride! When the S21 FE initially arrived in Asia in January 2022, it featured the Exynos 2100 version. But now, Samsung has decided to revive the phone.

Samsung plans to rejuvenate the device in Asian markets, so users can experience the glory of the Snapdragon 888 processor, just like other regions did. You may wonder if there are any other changes to this refreshed version of the Galaxy S21 FE. According to leaked internal training material obtained by The Tech Outlook, everything looks identical to the original handset, except for the chipset.

So, what can you expect from the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 2023? According to the leaked info, the phone retains its stunning 6.4" 120Hz display, delivering a smooth and immersive visual experience. The FHD+ AMOLED panel ensures vibrant colors and sharp details, perfect for enjoying movies, games, and photos.

The camera setup remains impressive, featuring a 12MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and an 8MP telephoto camera with 3x zoom capabilities. And let's not forget the 32MP selfie camera, which guarantees picture-perfect consistent selfies. The Samsung smartphone price may vary across different regions and countries due to factors such as import taxes and local market conditions.

The battery capacity of 4,500mAh ensures that your Galaxy S21 FE 2023 will last through your busy days without a hitch. And when it's time to recharge, you can rely on the 25W wired charging or the convenient 15W wireless charging options.

There is a slight change in the storage configuration. There’s no mention of the older 8/128GB configuration, just the new 8/256GB variant that offers improved storage space for all your apps, photos, and files.

In addition, you'll have the choice of four stylish colorways: Navy Blue, Olive, Graphite, and Lavender. Navy Blue replaces the White option exclusive to the Exynos version, adding a fresh and sophisticated touch to the lineup. The phone will launch at the same price as before, ~$600 (~PKR 166,000).


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