Galaxy S21 FE will soon launch with an Exynos processor chip

The leaks continue to reveal more details about the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, as the leaks today indicated Samsung's plans to launch the phone with the Exynos chip. Samsung has postponed the official announcement of the Galaxy S21 FE until the third quarter of this year, as a result of the decline in chip supplies in global markets.

Previous expectations indicated Samsung's plans to support the Galaxy S21 FE with a Snapdragon 888 processor chip, but a report published today via Mae-il Business confirmed that the phone will launch in the European and North American markets with the Exynos chip.

Many phone manufacturers face a lot of challenges to launch new versions of smartphones with the lack of chipset production in global markets, and Samsung also faces some difficulties in launching new versions of the company's phones.

The chip separation was also one of the main reasons for Samsung’s decision not to launch the Galaxy Note series for the year 2021, and Samsung is also moving to replace the chips in some Galaxy S21 FE units as an alternative to canceling or postponing the launch of the phone this year.

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