The launch of the Galaxy S21 FE has been postponed to January 2022

The launch of the Galaxy S21 FE has been postponed to January 2022

Galaxy S21 FE – Although it will hold Unpacked on October 20, Jon Prosser’s report says the phone will not be released until January 11, 2022.

Samsung has not announced when the next SE series will arrive. In fact, the Galaxy S21 FE is rumored to launch on October 20, after the company announced the Unpacked part 2 event on that date. However, the rumors don’t match the info from well-known leaker Jon Prosser, who recently revealed the launch schedule for January.

Through a Twitter tweet, Prosser said the launch of the Galaxy S21 FE was again postponed to January 11, 2022. The tweet was even replied to by another well-known leaker, Max Weinbach, which strengthened the statement.

As is known, the Galaxy S20 FE was launched in September 2020. The company should have the same schedule for the next generation in 2021. However, due to the increasingly scarce chipset, the company is reportedly experiencing supply difficulties which caused production to be postponed.

From September 2021, the device is believed to be pushed back until October 20, 2021. On that date, Samsung will hold Unpacked part 2 to continue the big event they had last August. Unfortunately, Prosser’s report suggests the smartphone should again accept the delay.

However, the company has not actually confirmed anything regarding the presence of the Galaxy S21 FE on the market. But the many rumors circulating on the internet believe people that smartphone will definitely launch someday. Suspicions have also arisen from the global shortage of chipset supply since the S21 FE support page was taken down from the site. 

Samsung suspends both the Galaxy Note 21 or the Galaxy S21 FE, and it is not certain whether they will be launched or not. Still have to wait for an official report from the company to confirm this.

Source: Tek.id

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