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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE leaks via official Samsung store and suggests prices higher than anticipated
At this point, Samsung fans no longer have to rely on reliable leakers for information as the company has listed the unannounced Galaxy S21 FE by accident. However, the product page displayed prices that were above what customers anticipated for the upcoming mid-range phone.
The device was briefly listed on the official Samsung Ireland website, confirming a few details about the device. The product pages were, unsurprisingly, taken down shortly after they were discovered. But not before leaker, Snoopy managed to grab some information.
In a Twitter post, Snoopy shared that the Galaxy S21 FE was listed with configurations 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB storage priced at €769 (~$869) and €839 (~$948), respectively. These prices seem too high for the mid-range phone, considering the flagship Galaxy S21 with 128GB storage is priced at €879 on the Samsung Ireland store.
However, the leaker also noted that Samsung is known for implementing price changes when a device is close to its launch. Snoopy advised people to expect a price range between €699 (~$790) and €799 (~$903).
These costs are still higher than what WinFuture’s Roland Quandt previously reported. The tech journalist said earlier this month that the Galaxy S21 FE would be priced at $699 for the variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. But any of these price points are deemed high, especially since Google released its latest flagship Pixel 6 (8GB RAM + 128GB storage) available starting at $599 / €649.
Meanwhile, it appears that the Galaxy S21 FE would be advertised with Olive Green as the primary color option. Before the Samsung Ireland store listing this week, the company was also found putting up a support page (also taken down later) presenting the device in the same color.
While the Galaxy S21 FE is launching after the announcement of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, it is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 888. There were also reports that Samsung would ship an Exynos-powered variant in certain regions due to supply chain issues. But there are conflicting reports on whether the mid-range phone will be released with Android 11 or Android 12. The Galaxy S21 FE is expected to launch sometime in January 2022.