There is expected to be a centred punch hole on the device for the front-facing camera.
The phone is tipped to be available in four colours.
The Galaxy S21 FE could be powered by an Exynos chipset.
Samsung is widely tipped to launch the Galaxy S21 FE soon. The phone has been part of several leaks already, and now, an official poster of the S21 FE 5G has surfaced online courtesy of Android Headlines, revealing the colour options of the device. This appears to be a leaked press render of the phone, which shows the Galaxy S21 FE will be available in only four colours. These colours are violet, white, olive green, and black/grey.
The render also shows off the design of the new Samsung phone and reveals there will be a centred punch hole on the device for the front-facing camera with the back of the phone housing three cameras. A look at the back of the phone also reveals that the device looks a bit like the Galaxy S21 5G. Apart from this, there are also visible bezels that run around the display.
Apart from this, the pic also shows a SIM tray on the Galaxy S21 FE at the top, while also showing a power button and volume control buttons on the right side. The phone also appears to lack a fingerprint scanner so it is possible there is an under-display fingerprint scanner on the device.
As for the specifications of the phone, the Galaxy S21 FE 5G has previously been spotted on Geekbench with Android 11, 6GB/8GB RAM, and Snapdragon 888 SoC. However, there have been reports that Samsung may instead go for an Exynos chip. For the display, we are expecting a screen with a punch hole in the centre, with a 32MP selfie camera. This display is likely to be a 6.41-inch panel and support up to FullHD+ resolution. Underneath the hood, reports suggest the presence of 128GB and 256GB storage options and a big 4,500 mAh battery pack with support for 45W charging. For now, there's little information on the launch timeline of the device, however, some reports coming out of South Korea claim the phone could go official sometime in October this year.