The New Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung’s New Flagship Smartphone Beats Everything Before It, Including The Note

Submitted by Joshua Golinko on

Are you a Galaxy Note lover, or maybe you were getting bored with Samsung’s line up over the last 2 years, well get ready to be amazed and impresses says Samsung.  The new S21 FE sports a self camera shooting 32MP with upgraded software compared to the S20’s 32MP camera, an will be powered by a 4,500mAh battery, but with better battery life as Samsung has adopted new components and software that make more efficient use of the battery.

Other commonly important specs include a 6.4” Super AMOLED Infinity-0 display with an expected refresh rate of 120Hz, giving you a significantly upgraded screen viewing experience.  This will reduce eye strain and headaches for those of you who stare at your phone much too long throughout the day, and with the improved efficiencies, it won’t sacrifice you rare battery either. 

The phone will measure just 155.7 x 74.5 x a mere 7.9mm thick with a metal frame with an IP rating of 68, which means if you’re caught out in the rain and your phone is not covered or protected or you happen to be trekking across the beach, you don’t have to worry about damaging your phone.  In fact, the phone is rated to sit at a depth of 5 feet or 17 minutes and still be working just fine.  Unofficial tests have shown the phone can actually go down to 20 feet for 15 minutes or 5 feet for 35 minutes safely, but of course, don’t try it intentionally, just know someone already did that test for you.

Though it doesn’t have a pen like the Note, the Android interface version Samsung uses with its Tizen underlying bios, has made for some great features that make the pen obsolete, and let’s be honest, though nearly all Note lovers said they loved their pen and don’t want to get rid of it, the same Note users admitted they only used the pen occasionally at most.  With new Samsung and existing Android features, you won’t need a pen anymore, though you will need to take that time to learn how to use some apps you maybe haven’t tried before.

The camera is amazing, it shoots in 8K which is actually higher than your eyes can see and detect.  And at that resolution, you can easily make pictures from your videos and you have plenty of resolution to work with for extreme video editing and zooming in on a subject.  If you don’t buy this smartphone, you’re going to go on a long hunt to find something to satisfy you, you might even come up desperate, disillusioned and with a thinner wallet that makes all your financial wisdom useless.

 

I’m Josh Golinko, a Technology Evangelist and former Google employee and I think my review is going to help you make a better choice.  No, Samsung did not pay or compensate me in any way.