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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE user manual leaks | Digital Trends Spanish

The Samsung Galaxy S21 will also have a Fan Edition (also known as FE), judging from a user manual that was leaked online thanks to Sammobile. And that manual reveals several key specifications of the upcoming Samsung phone.

The Galaxy S21 FE will be 5G compatible and will come with a Snapdragon 888 processor or an Exynos 2100, depending on the country where it is sold. The camera lenses will be three and one of them will be ultra wide. The RAM memory will be 6 or 8 GB and the internal storage of 128 or 256 GB.

Now, there will be a couple of features that more than one user is likely to miss. One of them is the 3.5-millimeter headphone port, although it is becoming customary for high-end phones not to include it. And without going any further, the Galaxy S20 FE did not include it either.

And another detail – possibly – absent from the new equipment is the microSD memory slot. Unlike the headphone port, this slot was present in the previous model, but for some reason Samsung would have decided that external storage in the Galaxy S21 FE is not going to be necessary.

The ability to reverse charge other devices is also mentioned, as seen in the image below:

In terms of its design, and judging by the leaked images, the Galaxy S21 FE looks very traditional. The three rear cameras are vertically aligned, the front screen does not have a notch and the fingerprint reader is under the panel. The equipment also connects via USB type C and will have a fast charge of up to 25 watts (if the filtration is correct).

Beyond the fact that its basic characteristics are similar to that of the Galaxy S21, the logical thing would be that the S21 FE has certain specifications cut from the generation principal from Samsung. For now, there is no release date for this model, nor is there a tentative date for Samsung to make the official announcement (if it does).

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