Samsung announced the first FE smartphone in 2017. The Galaxy Note FE as it was called was a rebirth of the Galaxy Note 7 that went through some problems, as we all know. Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 FE this year. A cheaper version of the S20 range and we should have a lot more soon. As proof of this, here is an internet list with Samsung’s flagship for 2021. The Galaxy Fold will also have an FE model.
Surprise: these are Samsung’s flagships for 2021!
The device list was posted on Twitter by Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) and includes a total of seven devices, some of which we already expected.
The list includes the Galaxy S21 FE, which will be the successor to the Galaxy S20 FE. It also mentions some elements already known to the Galaxy S21 family. In fact, we already know some specifics. Then we also find the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold FE.
Of all the devices on the list, the Galaxy Z Fold FE appears to be the most interesting. Incidentally, the Galaxy S20 FE shows well that Samsung knows what it’s doing. You can read our review here. At the price level we still don’t know anything. However, it should cost less than 1500 euros, which is good news.
In a reply to the tweet, Max claims that three of these devices will have support for the S Pen. We already know that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is one of them. At least judging by the latest leaks. We’ve also heard that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will also have Samsung pen support. The third device to also have the stylus should be the Galaxy Z Fold FE.
This list should delight many Samsung fans. However, it should surprise others as well.
However, it was to be expected that there would be no mention of the Note range. It’s that with the arrival of the S Pen to the S20 and other equipment, it ultimately doesn’t make much sense to continue existing. In fact, some Korean publications have already mentioned that Samsung is expected to end the note in 2021.
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