Samsung cannot comply with the second position in the world’s top smartphone vendors. The South Korean giant was surpassed by Huawei, but there are still ways to get all of the glory back. Samsung prepares the release of the Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition), and judging by the leaked specs, it should be a tough competitor for iPhone 12 that arrives next month.
MyFixGuide reveals that the Galaxy S20 FE smartphone has received its TENNA Certification, which has revealed some exciting specs.
120Hz refresh rate
Previous leaks reveal a 120Hz refresh rate of the upcoming Samsung model, and the new info announces a 6.5 inches display of the phone. The awaited 4,500 mAh battery is another interesting aspect, considering that most smartphones nowadays don’t feature high capacity for their batteries. Whether we like to admit it or not, the world sure needs better batteries for smartphones!
The TEENA certification for the Galaxy S20 FE also says that the dimensions will be 159.8 x 74.5 x 8.4 mm, which means 6.2 x 2.9 x 0.33 inches. As for the rest of the specs, previous rumors reveal that they shouldn’t be overlooked at all: there’s a Snapdragon 865/865 Plus processor, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. There’s also a three-camera setup mounted on the rear: a 12MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and last but not least: a 8MP telephoto camera capable of 3x optical zoom.
The standard version of Galaxy S20 is also a powerful phone. It features a dynamic AMOLED display of 6.2 inches and with 120Hz for the refresh rate, 8GB of RAM, and a powerful rear camera of 64MP for the highlights. The camera is a triple-lens setup with a 64MP telephoto lens, a 12 MP wide sensor, and a 12 MP ultrawide snapper. The video recording capability is up to the 8K format.
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