The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, once feared cancelled, has moved a step closer to becoming a commercially available product, having passed China’s TENAA certification.
As spotted by MyFixGuide, this step confirms a few things about the Galaxy S21 FE that were, until now, speculation and rumour. The phone will sport a 120Hz 6.4-inch display, run Android 11 out of the box and ship with a 4370mAh battery, the listing states.
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