Starting at the cost price of $999, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is now considered as one of the least expensive phones to feature a Snapdragon 865 processor accompanied by the LG V60. Additionally, Galaxy also going to provide the same fundamental features found on other high-priced S20 models, including a 120Hz refresh rate, 5G support, triple rear cameras, and also an in-screen optical fingerprint sensor. Finally, with the net price of $999 S20 FE, Samsung is cushioning the blank space between the Galaxy A71 and the Galaxy S20 that offering good specs, a sleek and also quite colorful design, and all the salient fancy features found in its other expensive siblings.
Few Noteworthy Adjustments & Samsung Galaxy S20 FE First Look
Samsung is looking to make a few adjustments to go with that $999 mark. The others of the S20 FE’s specs are still solid having a flat-display screen of 6.5-inch 2400 x 1080 AMOLED that places the S20 FE between the standard S20 and S20+ in accordance to its size, RAM of 6GB, remarkable base storage of 128GB. Additionally, it is providing a card slot for microSD, and also a 4,500 mAh battery which is almost the same size as of a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. In fact, the S20 FE has come with Qi wireless charging with support for Wireless PowerShare which we called reverse wireless charging and wired charging up to 25-watt. Though it required to pay individually for a faster power adaptor as you only get a 15-watt charger in the box.
Some other remarkable features of Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE comes in a wide range of colours including navy, red, lavender, mint, white, and orange. The Galaxy S20 FE’s camera setup will be marked up with a 32-MP selfie camera in front and a 12-MP main camera. The main camera will be with the same dual-pixel autofocus that is found on the S20 and S20+. There is also an 8-MP ultra-wide camera, and also a 12-MP telephoto camera offering a 3x optical zoom.
What’s not there
The main features the S20 FE not possessed as compared to its more expensive siblings are a higher resolution main camera (64-MP vs 12-MP) and a glass back as the S20 FE uses a polycarbonate plastic. Unfortunately, the S20 FE doesn’t accompany by a headphone jack but going with none of Samsung’s 2020’s flagships, it is not really a stroke against the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. Also, unlike the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the S20 FE’s 120Hz display doesn’t hold up a variable refresh rate, then you have an option to choose between 60Hz or 120Hz though considering the S20 FE’s price, that’s sort of to be anticipated.