Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

We know the Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (Galaxy S20 FE) is on the way. It should hit the market this month or the next. Moreover, we know it will have two versions supporting either 5G or 4G LTE. So some markets will get the former variant while some other will get the second model. Today, the phone appeared in the database of the 3C authority of China. Thus, its launch is not around the corner.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

Previously, we learned that the model number of the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition is SM-G781. In various countries, it has been receiving Bluetooth certifications with the module number. And today, the Chinese variant of the phone with model number SM-G7810 has received 3C certification. This model will support 5G.

Anyway, we knew much about its key features. Say, the Galaxy S20 FE will sport an Infinity-O punch-hole design. This S-AMOLED display is 6.5 inches in size. Of course, it provides Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

Most likely, we will see the Snapdragon 865. But depending on the market, it may be packed with an Exynos 990.

In terms of photography, the phone will sport a 32-megapixel front-facing camera. The rear-mounted triple-camera module will consist of a Sony IMX555 12-megapixel, a 12-megapixel superwide sensor, and a 12-megapixel telephoto sensor.

The Galaxy S20 FE will come with a 6GB of RAM and a 128GB of native storage. But the latter can be expanded via the microSD card slot. The phone will run on One UI 2.5 based Android 10 OS. It should sport a 4,500mAh battery.

At last, we have heard the phone will have an IP68 waterproof rating. And there will be a few colors to choose from – Navy, Lavender, Sky Green, Red, White, and Orange.

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