Samsung thinks about the desirability of releasing the Galaxy S21 FE 5G

Recently it became known that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone has entered mass production, although the company has released only 10,000 smartphones. The device has already faced some delays, and a global chip shortage meant it was not presented in August.

On Sunday, a Samsung spokesperson confirmed that the company had canceled the Galaxy S21 FE 5G launch: We have canceled the Galaxy S21 FE online conference that was scheduled for mid-October. We are now considering the feasibility of releasing this smartphone.

Samsung is thinking about phasing out the device for a number of reasons. One of the reasons is the global shortage of chips. The second reason for the possible cancellation of the Galaxy S21 FE is related to the strong sales of the Galaxy Z Flip 3. The phone is said to have surpassed all of Samsung's expectations. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 also uses the Snapdragon 888 SoC and Samsung wants to use all the spare stock for the Galaxy Z Flip 3.

A well-known network informant under the nickname Ice Universe, who often shares exclusive information about new products in the mobile industry, named another potential reason for the cancellation of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone. If Samsung decides to release a new line of Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphones in December, then it makes sense for the South Korean manufacturer to simply abandon the release of the Galaxy S21 FE.

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