After several months of waiting; the new Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G smartphone is now official. But what are the differences with its predecessor; the Galaxy S20 FE 5G launched now a year and a half ago? Here are some answers.
After postponed announcements; the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G it is finally a reality and here are the main differences with its predecessor to see if it is worth it or not. Let’s start with the aesthetic side since the S21 FE 5G logically takes the main lines of the other Galaxy S21 with a photo-optic unit that returns over one of the cuts; which is not the case with the Galaxy S20 FE 5G at all; offering a more classic design for the photo sensors. The dimensions have been revised downwards with a height of 155.7 against 159.8 mm and a thickness that goes from 8.4 mm to 7.9 mm; keeping the width the same. The Galaxy S21 FE 5G is also lighter as it loses around 13 grams.
An improved screenjournaltimepared to the previous one?
As the size of the chassis is reduced; it is normal for the screen to be a little smaller. He does 6.4 inches vs 6.5 inches for him Galaxy S20 FE 5G; still at 1080×2400 pixels and with support for HDR10 + standards that adapts the scenarios throughout the film or series based on 120 Hz update; as in the previous one. The connectivity is identical between the two models; as is the location of the fingerprint reader and the photo part; even if we can count on further optimization of the software on the new smartphone. There is still no possibility of inserting a memory card while its certified waterproofness can save you from a dip in the water.
What is the most powerful?
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G performs better than Galaxy S20 FE 5G. In fact; he embarks on the Quajournaltimem Snapdragon 888 chip vs Snapdragon 865. The former promises 25% more power in the CPU part; + 33% in the GPU part for graphics processing and games; while Samsung announces a 55% increase in performance related to artificial intelligence.. The battery capacity is the same.; but the version S21 FE 5G can be charged to 25 watts in wired mode. It’s also capable of charging wirelessly at 15 watts and offering reverse charging called power swapping at Samsung to power a pair of headphones using Qi; for example.