Samsung has reportedly halted the manufacturing of its unannounced Samsung Galaxy S21 FE or Fan Edition. According to a Bloomberg report citing South Korea’s Electronic Times, the suspension of the smartphone was due to a scarcity of Qualcomm’s utility processors worldwide. Old experiences state that the South Korean tech big aimed to launch the smartphone in August, alongside Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 – its different two unannounced but much-anticipated units. Back in March 2021, Samsung was among the many largest tech big to voice considerations over “severe imbalance” within the semiconductors trade. Samsung co-CEO Koh Dong-Jin even mentioned that the corporate would possibly skip a Galaxy Note refresh for this yr because of its semiconductor provide globally.
The newest improvement comes simply weeks after the smartphone purportedly appeared on the Geekbench web site with the processor “Lahaina,” which is the codename for Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, 6GB of RAM and Android 11. Before that, the moniker of the smartphone additionally reportedly appeared on Samsung Mexico’s official web site. Notable tipster OnLeaks had additionally shared alleged high-res renders of the Galaxy S21 FE, the place the smartphone borrowed the identical design from the vanilla Galaxy S21. The renders present a triple-rear digicam and an Infinity-O hole-punch show. However, the tipster hinted that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE would include a 6.4-inch flat show, bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S21’s 6.2-inch panel. Most just lately, one other South Korean publication named Herald claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE would carry a price ticket between KRW 700,000 (roughly Rs 46,000) and KRW 800,000 (roughly Rs 52,500). In comparability, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was launched in South Korea for KRW 899,900 (roughly Rs 59,000). In India, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE debuted at Rs 49,999 for the only real 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant. The India variant carries the Exynos 990 SoC. Samsung is but to formally affirm these developments.
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