The first rumors about this phone, which has also been dubbed the Galaxy S20 Lite after Samsung offered a “lite” version of last year’s S10, started appearing this summer.
As Slashgear wrote, this could irk some Galaxy Note 20 users, because the 5G budget version of the S20 could outperform the Exynos-toting Note 20. In addition, that 6. 2-inch QHD display has been ditched in favor of a FHD version with a pixel density of 407ppi.
What will differ is the colors, with the handset available in white, blue, orange, lavender, green and red, although it’s not clear if the phone will be made out of glass or plastic.
It looks likely that the company will launch a more affordable version in the near future, dubbed the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition.
According to that leak, there would be both 5G and 4G editions of the handset available, with a centrally aligned hole-punch camera and a plastic body.
Imaging-wise, the S20 Fan Edition’s primary camera is a 12-megapixel f/1. 8 lens that has dual phase-detection autofocus and optical image stabilization.
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