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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (SM-G9900) gets certified by TENAA, specs confirmed

Samsung is working on a new smartphone called Galaxy S21 FE. This mobile has now been certified by TENAA with model number SM-G9900. Its listing has confirmed most of its specifications.

The Galaxy S21 FE (SM-G9900) has dimensions of 155.7 x 45 x 7.9 mm and weighs 176 grams. It offers dual SIM connectivity with support for 5G (SA/NSA) and Dual 4G VOLTE.

The mobile sports water proof / dust proof / anti-drop capabilities (to an extent). It has an in-display fingerprint sensor for biometrics. The device runs on Android 11 OS with Samsung‘s very own OneUI on top.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (SM-G9900) is listed with a 6.4-inch multi-touch display offering 2340 x 1080 pixels resolution at 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Powering inside is 2.8GHz octa-core processor which is likely Snapdragon 888 SoC.

TENAA confirms 8GB RAM and 128GB / 256GB storage options, which is again expandable up to 256GB using MicroSD card. The handset also houses 12MP front facing camera while the back side includes 32MP + 12MP + 8MP triple camera setup with LED flash and 4K video recording support.

The Samsung SM-G9900 model houses 4370mAh battery capacity and supports fast charging. The cell phone also bundles in Gravity, Proximity and light sensors. Usual connectivity options like Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Dual Band (2.4/5GHz), USB Type-C, Bluetooth V5.2 and GPS/GLONASS/Beidou will be supported.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (SM-G9900) will come in atleast white and grey colors. Official launch is expected in coming days. @evleaks [Evan Blass] has shared 360 photos of this upcoming handset.

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Pawan Lokhandwala

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