Samsung is working on the Galaxy S21 FE, that should be the successor to the successful Galaxy S20 FE from last year, and launch at some point in the next few months. The S20 FE was a sort of 'flagship killer' device from Samsung itself, and it looks like the company will want to reprise its success.
It turns out, however, that it plans on doing that with the exact same battery capacity. Rumor has it the Galaxy S21 FE's battery has the model number EB-BG990ABY, which is what you'd expect given that the phone's model number should be SM-G990B.Galaxy S21 FE render
The rated capacity is 4,370 mAh, which means its typical capacity (and the advertised number) will be 4,500 mAh. That's exactly the same as the cell inside the Galaxy S20 FE.
Compared to the rest of the Galaxy S21 line, the FE will get a bigger capacity than the S21, but smaller than both the S21+ and S21 Ultra. According to a previous rumor, the S21 FE should have a 6.4" flat screen (or thereabouts), and on that metric too it would sit in between the S21 and S21+.
The selfie cam is allegedly going to be 32 MP, and the colorways on offer will be gray/silver, green, purple, and white. The unveiling event for the Galaxy S21 FE is said to be taking place in August, so there's still plenty of time for all the other details to leak. And we'll let you know when they do.
Lmfao the S21 is not a downgrade at all. Plastic doesn't count as most people put it in a case anyway. The only actual downgrades are no optically stabilized video, no SD card slot, and no ANT+, and thicker bezels (the last of which is actually ...
Same sd sard slot is must for me