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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE listing hints at a refreshed main camera
- More details and images of the Galaxy S21 FE have spilled on TENAA.
- The updated listing now points to a new camera array with a 32MP primary sensor.
Earlier this week, a TENAA listing spilled details of the Chinese Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. It didn’t reveal much but did give us an idea of the phone’s size and battery capacity. Now, that listing received an update with new images and camera specs.
The listing (h/t MySmartPrice) showcases several device images corroborating the design showcased in recent video leaks by Evan Blass. The shots aren’t visible on the listing at present, but MySmartPrice did manage to snag them. See the images below.
Galaxy S21 FE: Camera specs
Speaking of imaging, the Galaxy S21 FE will feature a triple camera array headlined by a 32MP camera, per the listing. For reference, the S20 FE featured a 12MP sensor. The S21 FE’s alternative cameras seem unchanged over the S20 FE, though. This includes a 12MP sensor (likely with an ultra-wide lens) and an 8MP sensor (possibly a 3x telephoto snapper) feature. The selfie camera also houses a 12MP sensor, down from the 32MP sensor on the Galaxy S20 FE.
TENAA also lists the phone’s RAM/storage configs. Expect at least 8GB RAM versions in China with a choice of 128GB or 256GB of storage. There’s also an SD card slot too, which should make the S21 FE a more appealing prospect for some. A 2.8GHz octa-core CPU, presumably the Snapdragon 888, should provide the processing power. We still expect Exynos silicon to feature in some regions.
Finally, we get confirmation of the device’s display resolution. The 6.4-inch display will feature 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. This revision should make the smaller screen a little denser than the S20 FE, while the device should be more compact overall, too.
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Leaks of the Galaxy S21 FE are coming thick and fast, but the phone might only launch later this year. Nevertheless, what do you think of the S21 FE so far? Let us know in the comments below.