US carrier’s Galaxy S21 FE leak is another hint of its nearing launch

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A lot of people are excited about the Galaxy S21 FE. The device’s predecessor, the Galaxy S20 FE, did very well last year. It packed some of the best features of the Galaxy S20 series into a more affordable device.

That’s exactly what the Galaxy S21 FE will do. However, due to some circumstances, the device’s launch was delayed this year. There has been a lot of good news recently for those who have been waiting for it. Multiple leaks have confirmed its nearing launch, including this one from a US carrier today.

Another day, another Galaxy S21 FE leak

We’ve received the quick start guide for the Galaxy S21 FE 5G that will be sold through Cricket Wireless in the United States. Cricket Wireless is an AT&T-owned prepaid carrier that provides customers with affordable phone plans without annual contracts.

This Galaxy S21 FE quick start guide mentions some basic information about the device. It includes some images of the device itself, giving us a good look at its design. The information pertains to setting up the phone, porting data from the old device, personalization and the apps pre-installed by the carrier.

We previously brought you the user manual for the Galaxy S21 FE 5G. That document confirmed the disappointing fact that this device isn’t going to have a microSD card slot. It did confirm that the Galaxy S21 FE will feature an IP68 rating, a high refresh rate screen, an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor and more.

If you were wondering whether the Galaxy S21 FE will come with a charger in the box, prepare to be disappointed again because it won’t.

Samsung is yet to confirm when the Galaxy S21 FE is going to be released. A recent report indicates that the company might launch the Galaxy S21 FE in late October.

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