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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE spotted on Google’s AR certification list

Maybe the Galaxy S21 FE is just a late April's Fools joke?

At this point, the existence of Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE has been unofficially confirmed multiple times — but now, it’s Google’s turn to leak the device.

Google’s support page lists Android devices that are certified to support Play Services for ARCore and mysteriously, the still-not-officially-announced Galaxy S21 Fan Edition is now on it.

Here are all the devices on Google’s ARCore list:

  • Infinix Mobile Zero X Neo
  • Kyocera DuraForce Ultra 5G
  • Lenovo Lenovo Tab P12 Pro
  • Motorola moto g(50) 5G
  • Motorola moto g(60)s
  • Motorola motorola edge 20
  • Motorola motorola edge 20 lite
  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Wide5
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Fan Edition
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip2 5G
  • Tecno Phantom X
  • Vivo X60 Pro+
  • Vivo V2105
  • Xiaomi Pad 5
  • Zebra ET51 10-inch Enterprise Tablet

It’s odd that the list includes the Z Flip 2 5G considering that phone doesn’t exist, but it’s probably just Samsung’s foldable Z Flip 3 with the wrong name.

Being on this certification list means that the S21 FE’s hardware is certified by Google to use augmented reality in apps.

While Samsung still hasn’t officially revealed the S21 FE, the handset has been spotted on Samsung France’s website, on the Bluetooth SIG, Canada’s Radio Equipment List, TENAA and more.

Source: SamMobile

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