Samsung Galaxy S20 FE with 120Hz refresh rate display launched globally

Saturday, 26 Sep, 2020

Priced at $699, pre-orders start today and the device goes on sale starting October 2 via Samsung.com, carriers and retailers online. While we initially believed this alluded to a new lineup of A Series smartphones, we actually got something aimed at the premium mid-range space as the South Korean firm introduced the Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition). The only requirement to get the smartphone for free with 24 monthly bill credits is to add a new line or switch to T-Mobile.

The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition will launch on October 2nd in the US and other markets starting at just $699.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE has been launched in Cloud Lavender, Cloud Mint, Cloud Red, Cloud Orange, Cloud Navy, and Cloud White.

So far as remainder of the specs are involved, you're nearly certainly getting a Snapdragon 690 which will even convey 5G connectivity, which signifies that the pricing is greater than seemingly going to be in line the opposite 5G telephones out there available in the market. But all that aside, the Galaxy S20 FE 5G sure looks like a device that will take the fight to OnePlus both in terms of pricing and hardware.

Samsung Galaxy 20 FE
India pricing variants and availability are yet to be announced

Now normally it can be kind of hard to get excited about a phone whose main selling point is a discounted price tag, but the S20 FE is exactly the handset Samsung needs right now. The smartphone will be available in three different configurations: 6GB RAM with 128GB, 8GB with 128GB, and 8GB with 256GB models.

Also, unlike the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the S20 FE's 120Hz display doesn't support a variable refresh rate, so you can choose between 60Hz or 120Hz and that's it. That makes it around £200 cheaper the standard S20 and don't think for one minute that a cheaper costs means Samsung has cut corners.

Under the hood, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G features Samsung's own Exynos 990 SoC. At the front, the device has a 32MP selfie camera with support for FHD video recording. The Galaxy S20 FE's robust 4,500mAH battery, powerful AP performance and Super-Fast charging ensures you can keep doing what you love, without a worry about battery life. Users can expand the storage up to 1TB with a microSD card.

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