Samsung Galaxy S21 FE just leaked in a how-to video – here’s your first look

It’s been a rocky road for the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, a phone said to be dead in June and September, but it looks like the Fan Edition of one of the best phones of 2021 will be on the shelves. within a few weeks.

That’s what established leakers have been saying for some time, and while you can take the vineyard release date whispers with a grain of salt, it’s harder to fake unbox videos, including the first one. has now appeared on YouTube via the Italian channel. HDblog.

While non-Italian speakers are unlikely to get much from first impressions, some things are immediately evident just by looking.

On the one hand, the phone closely mimics the design of the original Samsung Galaxy S21, as you would expect. It’s taller at 6.4 inches (the original was 6.2 inches) and the camera hump is molded from the same plastic as the shell, rather than being a separate metallic detail, but otherwise , there is very little to separate the two at a glance.

Inside, the specs are exactly what we’ve come to expect too, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC backed by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Like the S21, it packs a 120Hz panel, albeit at a lower resolution, producing Full HD + rather than 1440p.

Another thing to take away from the unboxing part is that, in Italy at least, it looks like Samsung is continuing its efforts to cut down on accessories in the box. There are no headphones or wall charger, just the USB-C cable and the paper documentation that came with the phone itself. Ecologically sensitive, but impractical if your charger has been packed.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE could be officially unveiled as early as January 4, as CES 2022 is in full swing.

That will only give it a brief respite before the Samsung Galaxy S22 follows suit, supposedly in February. Given that last year’s Galaxy S20 FE arrived in September, 128 days before the S21, repeated delays from the latest FE could come to haunt Samsung. If the dates turn out to be right, we’ll soon find out if it’s really better late than never and if this handset can crack our best list of Android phones.

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