Galaxy S21 FE Includes Exynos 2100 SoC In Some Markets

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As reports indicated before launch, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Exynos 2100 variant is a thing. We’ve only seen the Snapdragon 888 model until now, but the Exynos 2100 will be on offer in certain markets.

The Exynos 2100 Galaxy S21 FE is coming to certain markets, like Australia

Samsung finally announced this phone recently, though it didn’t mention anything about the Exynos 2100 during launch. Well, Harvey Norman’s product listing in Australia confirmed that the Exynos 2100 is present there.

That being said, Samsung itself didn’t confirm anything officially. The company is usually rather unspecific when it comes to defining SoCs in official listings. That is the case this time around, especially considering it uses two different SoCs, as expected.


It would be nice if Samsung provided more information about this. As in listed in which markets the Snapdragon 888 is used, and in which the Exynos 2100. That almost certainly won’t happen, though, so we’ll have to find out manually.

The Galaxy S21 FE was supposed to launch in August last year, but that didn’t happen. The chip shortage is to blame, and we’ve seen several delays since then. The phone finally launched a couple of days ago.

The Galaxy S21 FE is exactly what we expected. It’s another variant of the Galaxy S21, somewhat similar to the vanilla Galaxy S21 and S21+. It resembles both of those devices, it looks nice overall.


The phone includes a 120Hz display, Android 12 & more

The device includes a fullHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and that panel is flat. It comes with a rather powerful SoC, and 6GB or 8GB of RAM, depending on which variant you choose.

Android 12 comes out of the box with One UI 4.0. Its battery is large enough, while fast charging is included. The phone also supports wireless charging, and has four cameras overall. It also comes in several different color options. You can read more about its specs by clicking here.