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.
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) September 21, 2021
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.