If we want to check the best smartphone list of previous seasons then you find Samsung Galaxy S20 FE stays at the very top of that list. There is no doubt that this smartphone is one of the best smartphones from Samsung company till now. But the company doesn’t stop their run here. They are now coming up with some more variants of this phone which is more affordable and more efficient.
So, if you interested to know more about this smartphone then go through this article entirely. After reading the whole article you get all the information about the upcoming variants of these smartphones. Besides this, if you want to buy this smartphone then this article will also help you to decide that should you buy it or not.
About new versions of Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
In previous we see that the 5g version of this smartphone only available in the United States market. Rather than the United States, only 4g variants are available in the other global market. The users from India, Germany, Uk, and others have only got an option to choose Exynos 990 4g version. But their most demanding feature is a 5g variant and a good processor which can beat this Exynos 990.
So, to solve this rising problem of their consumer Samsung is now all set to release a new version which is coming up with Snapdragon 865 processor but it also has 4g connectivity. But it’s come to know that though it’s not 5g it’s identical to its 5G counterpart. Here mainly company focused on the increase of processor efficiency. For that, they replaced theirs in-built processor which Snapdragon 865. Besides this, now this phone is coming up with a 4500 mAh battery, triple rear camera setup of 12 mp, and 6.5 inches OLED display which supports a 120 Hz refresh rate. So, in the world, we see how powerful now the smartphone is.
Till now this phone is listed on the Swedish website for sale. And most probably the sale starts within a few days.
So, the official price point of this smartphone is €750 and now it’s coming up in four different colors.
So, that’s it for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest updates.