Samsung on Monday sent off its first leader of this current year — Galaxy S21 FE 5G — in India at an early on the proposition of Rs 49,999 (8GB+128GB variation). World S21 FE 5G (8GB+256GB variation) will come for Rs 53,999. S21 FE 5G in four completions — Olive, Lavender, White, and Graphite — will be accessible on driving internet-based gateways and select retail locations, beginning January 11. With the starting proposition, the HDFC Bank card proprietors can get a Rs 5,000 cashback on the two models between Jan. 11 and Jan. 17. With the cashback, these models can be bought for Rs 53,999 (~$729) and Rs 49,999 (~$676), individually. The S21 FE can be purchased through Amazon India and Samsung India's site in colors like Graphite Olive, Lavender, and White tones.

In the wake of seeing remarkable love for Galaxy S20 FE, we convey forward the heritage with Galaxy S21 FE 5G which is tailor-made to convey epic experience," said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director and Head, Product Marketing, Samsung India.

With the top-tier triple camera, 6.4-inch FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED show, 120Hz invigorate rate, and strong processor, "Cosmic system S21 FE 5G will make ordinary epic for youthful purchasers," he added. On the back, it has the leader grade 12MP+12MP+8MP camera and the super-wide focal point adds extra viewpoint to photographs to fit every one of the subtleties in a single edge. The gadget has a 32MP front camera. The favorable to grade camera framework offers Dual Recording, Portrait Mode, Enhanced Night Mode, and 30X Space Zoom. The 6.4-inch Galaxy S21 FE 5G games an FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display with 120Hz revive rate, 240Hz Touch Sampling Rate, and AI-based blue light control.

Fueled by a 5nm Exynos 2100 Processor and 4500mAh battery, Galaxy S21 FE 5G guarantees rapid and relentless execution. It accompanies remote power offer and remote quick charging 2.0 and upholds 25W super-quick charging. The IP68 rating makes the cell phone residue and water-safe said the organization. Cosmic system S21 FE 5G accompanies Wi-Fi 6 network.

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