Samsung Galaxy S21 FE canceled due to battery problems: it could repeat the fate of the Galaxy Note7
A well-known network informant under the nickname Ice Universe, who often shares exclusive information about new products in the mobile industry, reported exclusive information related to the cancellation of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone.
As far as I know, the sudden cancellation of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is not due to a shortage of single-chip systems, but to the fact that some other part cannot power normally, most likely the battery.
He clarified that there is definitely no shortage of batteries for the smartphone, however, the details provided for the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE do not meet the standard. The insider added that the manufacturer refused to release the smartphone precisely because of potential battery problems.
In 2016, a scandal erupted around Samsung due to the batteries of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone, which overheated, caught fire and exploded. As a result, the company recalled about a million smartphones in the United States alone, incurred billions of dollars in losses and completely changed the quality system.
Earlier it was reported that Samsung canceled the release of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S21 FE due to a lack of necessary components, in particular, single-chip systems.
Ice Universe accurately predicted the announcements of various Samsung image sensors, predicted the emergence of smartphones with “waterfall screens” like the Vivo Nex 3 on the market, and the announcement of the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha with a wraparound screen.