Samsung took the wrap off the Galaxy S21 FE this week after months of leaks and rumors. The device comes in two models: the model with the Snapdragon 888 chip and the model with the Exynos 2100 chip. So, depending on your region, you can get any of the models.
The initial sales date for the device was January 11 but it seems sales is starting early in some regions. The starting price of the Galaxy S21 FE is €749/£699 for the 6/128 GB model. It’s now available for purchase in some offline stores across Europe.
Samsung is offering really nice trade-in offers and bundles across the world. For example, you can get a free Galaxy S21 FE on T-Mobile and Sprint when you trade-in a device.
You can also get some huge discount when you pre-order or trade-in a device on Amazon UK. If you pre-order via an offline store in some places, you also get some impressive benefits.
Prices of Galaxy S21 FE
|United Kingdom||£699||6/128 GB|
|Australia||AUD 999||6/128 GB|
|AUD 1,099||8/256 GB|
|Russia||RUB 59,990||6/128 GB|
|RUB 66,990||8/256 GB|
The device has started shipping in Italy and users can trade-in their old devices and receive back up to €750. Users can also save up to using a promo code. There is also a Premium Trade-in service for customer who buys the Galaxy S21 FE until March 31.
In Australia, customers will get a $50 voucher for accessories if they simply register for the launch on January 11 at 9 AM AEST. These customers still have to pay the full price for the device – AUD 999 or AUD 1,099, depending on which storage option they choose.
In India, Samsung has launched a pre-reservation campaign where customers can pay INR 999 ahead of the Jan 11 launch. And they get a free Galaxy SmartTag (worth INR 2,699 when purchased separately). The price of the Galaxy S21 FE in India is yet to be revealed, and rumors are the it will start selling from INR 52,000.