Rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, the successor to the popular flagship killer S20 FE have been doing the rounds for quite some time, with a launch expected soon.
It is still unclear however as to when the device is coming to global markets, with some reports suggesting a launch in the coming week, whilst other rumors suggest a January launch.
What Do We Know About the S21 FE Launch?
Today, a new piece of information suggests that the launch is going to happen on the latter date rather than the former, with leaker Jon Prosser suggesting that the launch will take place in January.
The leaker mentions in a tweet that the S21 FE is coming on January 11, 2022, with Max Weinbach affirming the same in a reply to the initial tweet from Prosser.
Prosser mentions in a follow-up tweet that the device is set to see a delay once more, adding to the information of Samsung planning to launch the phone in September, much like the S20 FE which was announced in September of 2020, but certain issues resulted in a delay this time.
What Else Has Samsung Launched Recently?
In other Samsung news, the company has released a special phone known as the “Heart to the World.” If this title doesn’t hint what a model we are talking about, then you should know its official name is Samsung Galaxy W22. It is a 5G mobile phone retailing for 16,999 yuan ($2644).
The Samsung Galaxy W22 5G mobile phone is based on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G. But if the latter has a more common look, our protagonist comes with a body designed in black with gold hinges. At the same time, the back of the body carries a printing that reads the “Heart to the World.”
Other than that, Samsung has also launched an exclusive phone case for the Galaxy W22 5G mobile phone. It uses a black design as well. The side of the phone case features the “Heart of the World” logo. Plus, the hinge has a slot for the S Pen stylus.