Samsung Galaxy S21 FE launch seems to be just around the corner as a purported quick start guide of the unannounced phone has appeared on the Web, just days after its user manual. The short-start guide shows some of the primary details about Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and gives us a glimpse of its design and interface. In addition to the Galaxy S21 FE as its new “fan-edition” model, Samsung plans to upgrade its Galaxy A series by bringing optical image stabilization (OIS) as a standard feature. The company also appears to be separately working on the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G that has allegedly been listed on Geekbench with some specifications.
Samsung is speculated to provide Exynos 2100 SoC on the Galaxy S21 FE, including triple rear cameras and a flat display. The phone is also rumored to launch later this month — maybe as early as September 8. Alongside the Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung enhances the user experience on its Galaxy A series by standardizing OIS. South Korean news outlet TheElec reports that OIS support will be expanded to the entire Galaxy A sequel by 2022. OIS helps improve image results by reducing jerks.
Shakes when taking pictures and recording videos using a gyro sensor and tiny mechanical parts. Importantly, smartphone manufacturers use the OIS technology on top of their models’ primary rear camera sensor to deliver improvements.