SAMSUNG will hold a major launch event later today where the company is expected to take the wraps off a new smartphone that fans have been waiting for.
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- Samsung is hosting a Galaxy Unpacked event on September 23.
- The event could see the launch of the Galaxy S20 FE.
- The S20 FE will be the successor to the Galaxy S10 Lite.
Interested viewers can watch the online-only launch event on the Samsung global newsroom website, its official YouTube channel, and other social media accounts.
Samsung may have only just announced its new Note 20 but now it seems it’s back with another phone and Galaxy fans could be in for a real treat. The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition has been rumoured for a while but with the Korean firm announcing its “Unpacked for every Fan” event, speculation is rife that this device is just days from an official release
Samsung later confirmed the existence of the Galaxy S20 FE series in what seems to be yet another accidental reveal. The device was spotted in a listing on a Samsung Bulgaria’s YouTube Premium offer pages , which confirmed its name. The listing also confirmed that Samsung is preparing 4G and 5G variants of the Galaxy S20 FE.
The listing on the Samsung Philippines site also suggested dual-SIM support as well as at least 128GB of onboard storage on the Galaxy S20 FE. The phone is also likely to come in both 4G and 5G options — just like the Galaxy S20 series.
Previously leaked renders also suggest that the overall size of the device will be the same as the Galaxy S20+ because of the bezels around the screen. The final measurement thus for the device is tipped to be 161 x 73 x 8 mm. The phone is also said to bring the same battery capacity as the Galaxy S20+ with a 4,500 mAh pack.
Much like the S10 Lite that was launched earlier in the year, the Galaxy S20 Lite could come as a slightly watered-down version of the Galaxy S20. The phone is currently tipped to be made available in both a global and a US variant, with possibly different chipsets and support for either 4G or 5G basebands.