Evan “evleaks” Blass just released 3D renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. A few weeks before its release, it is difficult to do in more detail.
Another leak! The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE He has already revealed many of his secrets, but it is not over yet. The bleeding continues at the South Korean factory with a new foolishness from anyone dropouts Most reliable when it comes to high-tech products: Evan Blass, aka evleaks.
3D renderings of the Galaxy S21 FE
We already saw it in April When OnLeaks posted her photos, then a little later 3D animation for evleaks. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE returns this time in the form of 3D renderings that can be moved in all directions. You are free, with the tip of your mouse (or your finger on the smartphone), to operate the futuristic smartphone as you wish to admire it from the inside out.
Unsurprisingly, the phone almost looks like a bug. Galaxy S21. On the facade we find a flat panel framed by very thin edges that look almost monolithic, pierced by a small bubble centered in its upper part. Turning it over, we find a prominent photo block that gives the impression that it wraps around the edge of the device. It has three lenses that are said to match the leaks: wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and telephoto x2, all of which are 12MP.
On the bottom edge, we can see the SIM card tray, the USB-C port and the speaker grille. You can run this virtual Galaxy S21 FE everywhere, but you will not find any way out Jack.
On her Twitter account, evleaks has published 5 different renders, each corresponding to the color of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. So we can expect white, green, grey, purple and blue.
While some hoped to announce during Galaxy Unpacked from mid-AugustThe Galaxy S21 FE will arrive later this year. Forecasts are based on October, or at best the end of September for the presentation. Just over a month to wait then.
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