A couple of days prior we disclosed to you that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE had entered into mass production. The gadget has effectively experienced a few postponements and the global chip shortage apparently made the gadget miss an August release date. On Sunday, a Korean-language report cited a Samsung official as saying “We canceled the Galaxy S21FE online unpacking, which was planned for mid-October,” and said, “We are reviewing the smartphone launch itself.”
As indicated by the report, there are two reasons why Samsung is pondering canceling the gadget. One reason is the global chip shortage which has phone producers scrambling for chips for non-lead models; the Galaxy S21 FE should be fueled by the Snapdragon 888 chipset worked by Samsung Foundry utilizing its 5nm cycle hub. To hold the value down and still have the phone controlled by a lead chip, Samsung was supposed to be changing the plan and show of the handset.
The second reason for the conceivable canceling of the Galaxy S21 FE is supposed to be because of the strong sales performance of the Galaxy Z Flip 3; the phone is apparently selling past Samsung’s expectations. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 additionally utilizes the Snapdragon 888 chip and Samsung wants to use whatever inventory of the chip it has on the hot selling foldable rather than the Galaxy S21 FE.
It appears to be that Samsung would not like to extended itself excessively far and would like to focus its marketing dollars on the foldable unit. Furthermore, the new release of the iPhone 13 series and the forthcoming Pixel 6 line may have Samsung worried about whether the Galaxy S21 FE could bear outing among the high-end models from Apple and Google.
On the off chance that Samsung decides not to cancel the gadget, it could launch it in limited markets permitting the producer to keep on saving sufficient Snapdragon 888 chipsets for use on the Galaxy Z Flip 3. In case that is the situation, we should show you the reputed specs for the Galaxy S21 FE which incorporates a 6.4-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 1080 x 2340 resolution.
On the off chance that Samsung decides to feel free to release the phone, a triple-camera system will purportedly show up on the rear of the gadget (with a 32MP primary, a 12MP Ultra-wide camera, and a 8MP Telephoto camera) while a 4370 mAh battery keeps the lights on and conveys support for 45W fast charging. 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage are relied upon to be incorporated. On the off chance that the handset is scratched, clearly none of those specs apply.