Samsung decided to cancel the Unpacked event that was scheduled to be held next month in order to launch Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, according to a press report from South Korea, which is definitely a shock to Samsung fans who have been waiting for the phone to be released.
Currently, Samsung is said to be reviewing its options regarding the phone's announcement, which means that there is a possibility that the Galaxy S21 FE will be scrapped altogether. It is said that the main reason behind the cancellation of the launch event is the lack of Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processors, which we have seen in most of the Android flagships this year.
The reasons for this sudden stop in phone production is due to the good sales of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, and since there is a shortage of Snapdragon 888 chipset already, the company believes that the focus should be on the foldable phone and its production in quantities sufficient for the demand for it.
Such as Galaxy S20 FE, the S21 FE is expected to come with most of the features we saw in the Galaxy S21 series, which represents a continuation of Samsung's policy of providing an excellent phone at a good price that suits most users.