Released in early 2022, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888-powered Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G is now discounted on Amazon. The 256 GB variant is only available in Graphite with a 32% discount, while the 128 GB model comes with four color choices and a 36% discount that brings its price down to US$449.99.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE arrived a few months after its originally planned release date, but this didn’t stop it from becoming a very popular handset. Unleashed in January 2022 instead of October 2021 due to the ongoing chip shortage, this smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and slightly larger than the Galaxy S21, with a screen size of 6.4 inches.
The discounted Samsung Galaxy S21 FE available on Amazon is the US version factory unlocked handset. While the 256 GB model is only available in Graphite finish, the 128 GB variant has four color choices, namely Graphite, Lavender, Olive, and White. The prices are US$449.99 for the 128 GB model (36% down from the US$699.99 list price) and US$519.99 (32% down from US$769.99).
With almost 13,000 ratings and more than 1,000 answered questions, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE holds a rating of 4.5 on Amazon. This figure is the result of 75% maximum ratings, 14% 4/5 scores, and 4%-2%-4% for the next three ratings available. The breakdown by feature starts with a 3.5 for value, followed by 4.1 for battery life, 4.2 for face recognition and fingerprint reader, 4.3 for the touchscreen, and a 4.4/5 score for the camera quality.
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Codrut Nistor, 2022-11-21 (Update: 2022-11-21)