If you've been faithfully following the mobile tech news these last few months, you were probably not caught off guard by the latest rumor on the Galaxy S21 FE release front
Obviously, it's far too late now for a full August 11 announcement alongside all the aforementioned Galaxy devices, but similar to the Z Fold 2 5G last year, Samsung
could tease the arrival of the Galaxy S21 FE
at its fast-approaching Unpacked shindig
before actually releasing the high-end handset at some point in September.
It pretty much goes without saying that we're merely speculating here, but if production is indeed "back on track" already, it seems unlikely that Samsung will wait until the year's final quarter
to start selling the S21 FE 5G.
We could even see the oft-leaked and rigorously detailed Snapdragon 888 powerhouse
make its commercial debut by the end of August, although at least for the time being, that feels essentially as unlikely as an October rollout.
Keep in mind that everything aside from the phone's availability and pricing information is etched in stone, including a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate support, a 4,400mAh or so battery with blazing fast 45W charging capabilities, a 32 + 12 + 8MP triple rear-facing camera system, and the aforementioned Snapdragon 888 SoC paired with 8GB RAM in an entry-level configuration also accommodating 128 gigs of data internally.