Why was Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Reportedly Cancelled?


                                 In this, you’re going to read about why the “Samsung Galaxy S21 FE” has been canceled, what happens? Let’s see

                                       In August 2021, the “Google Console” has spotted that “Samsung Galaxy S21 fe” has the specification of the device going to launch this month.


                      From the publication of South Korea publication “DDaily”, Samsung has canceled the “unpacked October 2021 event”. This event was the company planning to announce the “Samsung Galaxy S21 fe”. But now the event has been planned for mid-October, Because of higher than expected sales for the “Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3” and the semiconductor chip shortage, the South Korean firm has reportedly canceled the launch of “Samsung Galaxy S21 fe”. So the company has reportedly wanted to focus on “Galaxy Z Flip 3”.

In August 2021 Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip 3 with aggressive pricing of $999. It not only comes with updated specs but also an improved design. It is powered by the same Snapdragon 888 SoC. This is also expecting to be on the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. It appears that the company is internally discussing that it would be ideal to focus on the parts and production of the Z Flip 3.

The main reason is the Samsung launches the foldable phone is selling too well, Focusing the expectations so the company has waiting not for gold for treasure. And this reason has also been part of this, is that the entire electronics industry is the shortage of semiconductors. So might be the global chip shortage also had to do something with Samsung canceling the launch event for “Samsung Galaxy S21 fe”.

From the voice of rumors, the Galaxy S21 FE was expected to sport an FHD+ 6.4-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and come with a triple-camera setup. 

Don’t get worried Samsung Galaxy S21 FE had already surfaced at the TENAA, Google Play Console, and Geekbench. We can never be sure of the cancellation or delay until the company confirms the same.