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Samsung has not decided to stop production of the Galaxy S21 FE

Samsung has not decided to stop production of the Galaxy S21 FE

In the past few days, several reports appeared, most notably a report issued by ETNews stating that Samsung halted the manufacturing process of the Galaxy S21 FE due to a shortage of semiconductors and asked suppliers to stop the production of phone parts, but this is incorrect, as the company confirmed today that it has not yet decided whether to stop Production of the Galaxy S21 FE It has also confirmed that the circulating news is nothing but rumours.
This report came a few days after the leaked images and specifications of the Galaxy S21 FE phone, which we expect to arrive officially at the Unpacked conference scheduled for August 19 (there are no official confirmations about that).

According to previous leaks, this upcoming Samsung phone will arrive with a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with FHD + quality and a refresh rate, in addition to that this phone will arrive with 3 cameras on the back and a 32-megapixel front camera.

The leak also indicated that the upcoming Galaxy S21 FE phone will be powered by an eight-core Snapdragon 888 processor made with 5nm technology, which supports 5G networks, along with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB internal memory, and regarding the battery, it will have a capacity of 4500 mAh supports 25W fast charging and 15W fast wireless charging.
So far, there is nothing official regarding the specifications and availability, all of this is just leaks, and we expect the company to announce more details in the coming period.

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