Galaxy S21 FE: next to the ad, cell phone is spotted in benchmark

Recently, the Galaxy S21 FE has been leading a lot of rumors and seems to be getting closer and closer to its official revelation. This time, Samsung’s supposed new “top of the line entry” appeared in a Geekbench performance test, which revealed more about its possible configurations. Codenamed “SM-G990U”, the model appears to be the North American variant.

According to information, the Galaxy S21 FE would have the powerful Snapdragon 888 for its processing, accompanied by 6 GB of RAM. Although its storage capacity has not been specified, it is possible that the model will receive 128GB and 256GB options if Samsung follows the launch formula of its predecessor, the Galaxy S20 FE.

Similarly, another variant of the Galaxy S21 FE has already appeared in Geekbench, however, with the code “SM-G990B”, suggesting that it is an international version. Keeping almost all the configurations of its “sister” versions, this model has only punctual differences in its proposal, as the possible presence of the Exynos 2100 and up to 8 GB of RAM.

Supposed information from the North American variant of the Galaxy S21 FE.  (Source: MySmartPrice/Reproduction)
Supposed information from the North American variant of the Galaxy S21 FE. (Source: MySmartPrice/Reproduction)Source: MySmartPrice

Both variants are supposed to feature a 6.4″ screen, 120 Hz refresh rate, thin edges and a “hole” camera. The camera suite must have three sensors: 12MP as standard, 12MP ultra-angular and 8MP telephoto.

The device is supposed to still be powered by the 4,500 mAh battery, with support for 25W fast charging — as per 3C and TUV certifications.

The Galaxy S21 FE is supposed to be released in a period between July or August this year, after having its production postponed due to restrictions in the supply of materials. Its suggested price should be around US$660, about R$3,350 in direct conversion.

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