Leaks and Renders Give More Insight into The Upcoming S20 FE: SD865, 120Hz, 4500mAh Battery & a Possible $750 Price Tag

Samsung has been coming out with the Fan Edition of “FE” version of its devices since the Note 7 episode. The company has made this into a thing where at the end of the product cycle, it launches a refreshed version of that device. Now, we have been hearing about a FE version of the S20 as well and last month we saw some renders. This time around, according to an article on Android Central, we see a better CAD render for the upcoming device. This is from the amazing works of OnLeaks who produces renders which are more often than not, quite accurate.

This render is a joint effort from OnLeaks and Pricebaba. According to the article, the renders, we can see a flat, infinity-O display. This has a rather obnoxious chin on the bottom, unlike something Samsung would go for. We also see a familiar design on the back with the camera module. This is quite similar to the one found on the recent Note 20 series.

The S20 FE 5G

The article states that we may see a plastic back on the device which would be similar to the one found on the current S20. The screen would range from 6.4 to 6.5-inches, something that is just assumed at this point. We would also see three cameras on the back. According to OnLeaks, there would be two 12MP sensors and one 8MP telephoto lens. It is aimed at being a 5G device and would offer a similar back design to the Note 20 with the frosted back. Though, as mentioned previously, it would be plastic instead of glass. The phone may feature the SD865 chipset but in markets outside the US, it may be an Exynos 990 processor. We would also see a 120Hz option but that would be limited to a certain resolution. To power the device, there would be a 4,500 mAh battery as well.

According to the leaks, the device may just be a month away from release. It is rumoured at being priced at about $750 for the base model.

Sarmad Burki
Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.