- Samsung may solely begin mass-producing the Galaxy S21 FE in September.
- The corporate might delay the cellphone’s launch to October or November.
- Samsung can also be reportedly chopping cargo targets as a result of world chip scarcity.
In keeping with the South Korean publication, the Galaxy S21 FE was initially scheduled to hit mass manufacturing within the first half of the 12 months. Gross sales of the cellphone have been deliberate for the third quarter. Nonetheless, that general schedule apparently obtained delayed by 4 months due to the global chip shortage. Samsung is now anticipated to start out mass-producing the S21 FE in September. This implies its precise availability might stretch to October or November.
An earlier report had additionally advised that Samsung might push the Galaxy S21 FE launch to October as a result of the corporate needed to focus its advertising and marketing efforts on its foldable phones. One other report in June suggested that Samsung halted the manufacturing of the cellphone altogether, however the firm dismissed it as hypothesis.
Other than a probably delayed launch, the most recent report signifies that Samsung has lower cargo targets for the Galaxy S21 FE attributable to chip scarcity. The unavailability of SoCs has compelled the corporate to lower shipments by three million models, from the preliminary goal of mid-10 million models to the early 10 million models.
In the meantime, Samsung can also be preparing for the Galaxy S22 launch subsequent 12 months. The report notes that the flagships might launch in January, identical to their predecessors. Samsung is predicted to start out producing components for the S22 collection in November.