Samsung was rumored to launch the Galaxy S21 FE in an Unpacked event on August 19th. However, the production got delayed to Q4 due to some technical reasons. After several render leaks online, the device has managed to arrive on FCC. The listing at the online certification site discloses few specs and key details about the Galaxy S21 FE.
The arrival of Galaxy S21 FE at FCC reveals the model number SM-G990U and SM-G990U1 for the device, depending upon the region. The listing divulges some key details regarding the phone’s connectivity and charging features. In fact, it will ship with a high-end feature that’s even missing on the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
According to FCC documentation, The Galaxy S21 FE will pack a 45W of fast charging capacity (11V, 2.25A or 21V, 2.1A). This power was first debuted with Galaxy Note 10+ and made it to the Galaxy S20 Ultra. However, the company failed to deliver the same even to Galaxy S21 Ultra. But, Samsung is making up for it by having this feature onboard for Galaxy S21FE.
Moreover, the device will support fast wireless charging and reverse wireless charging. Regarding connectivity, Galaxy S21 FE will equip dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac/ax (Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5.0 (with EDR and LE), NFC, WPT (Wireless Power Transfer), sub-6GHz 5G, and a 4G LTE network support.
The other specs of Galaxy S21 FE could include a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz high refresh rate. Furthermore, the device will power Snapdragon 888 and run One UI 3.1 skin based on Android 11. Galaxy S21 FE is likely to offer a 12MP rear main camera and a 2MP selfie snapper. It is alleged to house a 4,500 mAh Battery.