Due to a lack of chips, its announcement has been postponed, there has been news that it will be produced in limited quantities and only for certain markets, and now we can read about SoC sharing.
Global chip shortages hit hardest value-for-money but high-end models in the mobile market the hardest, and in terms of expected revenue, it’s not hard to see why Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5Gprefers the Galaxy S21 FE when it comes to prioritizing production capacity and at the same time being the market premiere. The premiere of the Galaxy S21 FE postponed several timesk already, there was talk that it will only be sold with the Snapdragon 888 system chip, but only in the European and US markets, but now the Google Play Console specification list has confirmed that both the Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 versions will be on the market.
The Galaxy S20 FE had plenty of system chip anomalies, the 4G model’s relatively infamous Exynos 990 system chip was given to be quietly replaced by the Snapdragon 865 at a given time, and by then we might have thought there would be no more shared chips in different markets, but predictably, however, we do not say goodbye to regional differences. The Play Console measured the pre-announced FE with a 1080p + display, 8GB of RAM and Exynos 2100 chips, with unconfirmed information that Europe and Asia (excluding India) will receive the Exynos version, North America, India and South -Korea is the Snapdragon 888 version.
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What you would expect is a front-facing, flat-panel AMOLED display, a fresh Android system with a One UI interface, three rear-view angles, wireless charging and a 4500 mAh battery. Cheaper versions can operate with a 6/128 GB memory pack, while larger ones come with an 8/256 GB allocation. There is not expected to be a jack output, and the adapter packaged with the phone will be omitted, but perhaps the you won’t have to give up microSD expansion.