The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE was announced earlier this week after months of anticipation. It comes with a Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 chipset, depending on the market, and today its sale started in some regions, ahead of the initially announced January 11 date.
The price of the phone begins from €749/£699 for the 6/128 GB model and can be purchased at some offline stores across Europe.
|Samsung Galaxy S21 FE||Germany||United Kingdom||Australia||Russia|
|6/128 GB||€749||£699||AUD 999||RUB 59,990|
|8/256 GB||€819||£749||AUD 1,099||RUB 66,990|
Samsung is still offering impressive bundles and trade-ins across the world, if users decide to pre-order through the official online store (where available).
The Galaxy S21 FE is already shipping in Italy, and members can trade in their old device and receive back up to €750, as well as a €70 discount with a promo code. On top of that, the Premium Trade-In service will be for customers who purchase the Fan Edition until March 31 and then don’t forget to register until April 21.
On the opposite side are the Australian fans of Samsung. They will receive a mere $50 voucher for accessories if they simply register for the launch on January 11 at 9 AM AEST, but they still have to pay the full price for the device – AUD999 or AUD1,099, depending on which storage option they pick.
Samsung India has launched a pre-reservation campaign where users can pay INR999 ahead of the Jan 11 launch but they will get a free Galaxy SmartTag (worth INR2,699 when purchased separately). The price of the Galaxy S21 FE is yet to be revealed, and rumors are the phone will start from INR52,000.