There’s a lot going on with Samsung lately. From its latest foldable to committing up to three years of Android updates, they’re doing a lot. Now, they want to provide fan-favorite features from the Galaxy S20 family to a more accessible price point. Here’s the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE!
The newest member of the Galaxy S20 family has a lot to offer at a more affordable price. It has the latest processor found in the S20 (Snapdragon 865 in the US, Exynos 990 elsewhere). In a rare move by Samsung, the S20 FE comes in six colors with a haze finish. That is the same finish we saw in the Galaxy S20+ BTS edition. I personally think that this is a great move to provide that variety of colors!
That Super AMOLED Display Though…
If there’s one thing that makes me give high praise for Samsung, it’s their displays. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is no different! It has a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O Display with a 2400×1080 resolution. (This display also has a 120Hz refresh rate, by the way.) Good thing it has a flat display since there wouldn’t be chances for accidental touches when handling the phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Offers All That You Love!
Of course, Samsung did not forget about the cameras in the S20 FE. We have a 32MP front-facing camera and a triple rear camera setup. The latter consists of a 12MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide angle camera, and an 8MP telephoto camera. This phone keeps an aspect of the S20 Ultra in the form of up to 30x Space Zoom. It also supports up to 3x optical zoom and OIS.
Don’t worry about the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE leaving you hanging. This phone packs a lot of punch with up to 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, an IP68 rating, and a big 4500 mAh battery. It also has support for fast wireless charging and 25W wired charging. (Yes, the adapter for that is in the box.)
Pricing and Availability
The Galaxy S20 FE will be available starting on October 2, 2020, and preorders begin in certain countries on September 23, 2020. You can get the 5G version for $699 in the US. Samsung also said that the LTE version will be available in select countries. (The Philippines will probably get the LTE version based on the S20 lineup already available.)
What do you think of Samsung’s latest Galaxy smartphone? I personally like the color selection and I hope we get most (if not all) of them in the Philippines. Sound off your thoughts in the comments!