Samsung is reported to start shipping Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) aka Galaxy S20 Lite in October. But ahead of it, the handset had already leaked in 3D CAD renders and official press renders. Even some of its specs as well as price are out now. Adding to that, the firm itself now confirms the branding and variants of this handset on its official website.
Earlier this year, Samsung introduced Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite as the toned-down versions of its 2019 flagship smartphones. Hence, their successors were thought to have a similar marketing name. But the reports, as well as leaks, have been saying otherwise and now, that turns out to be true.
According to YouTube Premium promo page (via SamMobile) on Samsung Bulgaria website, the toned-down Galaxy S20 series smartphone will be officially marketed as “Galaxy S20 FE”. Also, the page confirms this phone to arrive in two variants – 4G and 5G just like other Galaxy flagship smartphones released this year.
For those unaware, Galaxy S10 Lite only comes in a single 4G variant powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 in all the regions. Hence, its successor has been one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2020. But now, it seems like there could be an Exynos 990 version of this device going by the existence of “Galaxy S20 FE” and “Galaxy S20 FE 5G”.
Anyway, according to previous leaks and reports, the Galaxy S20 FE will feature Snapdragon 865, 3.3mm punch-hole, 120Hz refresh rate, IP68 certification, 12MP (primary) + 12MP (ultra-wide) + 8MP (3x telephoto) triple camera setup, 32MP selfie camera, six colors and ~$750 price tag.
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