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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE with 4500mAh battery revealed image before launch

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has reportedly been spotted on Samsung’s official Mexico website. From this it can be speculated that this phone may be launched soon. However, no specification has been stated in this listing. It is believed that Samsung has removed its information from there. The design of this smartphone is revealed by the leaks that have come only recently. At the same time, another report claimed that the Galaxy S21 FE may have a 4,500mAh battery. But no confirmation has been received about the news that came out about this phone from Samsung.

One of the GalaxyClub Report It is claimed that Samsung The Galaxy S21 FE is listed on the Mexico website. But since then its information was removed from there. It can be speculated that Samsung has removed it from the news of the listing of the phone as soon as it comes out. The report says that by clicking on the link of Galaxy S21 FE, users are being redirected to the page of Galaxy S21 series. A screenshot has also been shared with this report, in which a small preview of Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been given. But there is no description given there.

An earlier report said that this smartphone will have a 4,500mAh battery. This will be more than the 4,000mAh battery given in the vanilla Galaxy S21 but less than the 4,800mAh battery given in the Galaxy S21 + (Rs 76,999).

Tipster Steve Hammerstoffer (OnLeaks) previously shared a render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. In this, the design of this smartphone was described like the rest of the phones of Samsung Galaxy S21 series. He said that this smartphone will have a 6.4 inch hole punch display, which will be larger than the 6.2 inch display of vanilla Galaxy S21. It has also been said that this estimated phone will be slightly smaller than the Galaxy S21’s 155.7×74.5×7.9mm size.

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