Samsung Galaxy S20 FE listed on Orange Slovakia, priced at €700

Peter, 14 September 2020

Orange Slovakia was so eager to list the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE that it used images from @evleaks. However, if the rest of the information on the page comes from Samsung itself (rather than something the Orange web admins found on the Internet) we’re looking at a €700 phone. For context, the Galaxy S20 4G is sold for €900 by the same carrier.

Still, this is for a 4G model with with only 6 GB of RAM, two gigs short of what the basic S20 packs. There’s no mention of chipset, unfortunately. Rumors claim that the 4G model will use the Exynos 990 chip while the 5G model is the one getting a Snapdragon 865. Alas, Orange neither confirms nor denies this.'s page for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE's page for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

Anyway, the carrier also claims that the display will have 1440p+ resolution instead of 1080p+ as rumors suggested, so everything on the page is suspect. In case that page gets taken down, here are the rest of the details: 6.5” Dynamic AMOLED screen (so 120 Hz), 12+12+8 MP triple rear camera, 32 MP front cam, 4,500 mAh battery and IP68 dust and water resistance. Two color options are listed: Blue and White.

This isn’t the first time that the Galaxy S20 FE has leaked. It showed up in Canada – or rather the 5G version did – and it showed a price of CAD 1,150 (€735 or so). It also popped up on the Samsung Philippines site, but without a price tag attached.

Samsung will officially unveil the phone at the “Unpacked for Every Fan” event scheduled for September 23.

Source (in Slovak) | Via


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 16 Sep 2020
  • atc

For $980 I can get note 20 ultra 5G and for $800 I can get S20 ultra 5G.

  • Neph
  • 15 Sep 2020
  • dM8

Unfortunately, "full" S20/S20+ zoom camera doesn't really exist. The 64 Mpx "3x hybrid optical zoom" is just done digitally. There's literally no optics in it and thus it probably can't compete with 3x optical zoom ...

  • s8
  • 15 Sep 2020
  • 0w7

No, unfortunately no.

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