The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE won’t launch until Q4 2021, according to a new report from SamMobile.
The Galaxy S21 FE (or “Fan Edition”) has been mooted since June, and will reportedly follow the model of the S20 FE and S10 Lite before it: a cut back version of Samsung’s most recent flagship with the core specs kept intact.
Given so much was leaked in June, you might expect a release date to be just around the corner – possibly at the same time as the upcoming foldable Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 – but SamMobile reckons a delay pushes things back to any point between October and December 2021.
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