Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Price In Nigeria – The Galaxy S20 FE was announced by the brand on September 23rd, 2020, and is expected to be available for sale from October 2nd, 2020.
The smartphone is a more affordable member of the Galaxy S20 series and lovers of the series who consider it to be too much on the high side can then go for it. It comes with interesting features that the phone users will really love and enjoy.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Price In Nigeria
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE goes for about 267,800 Naira in Nigeria. Bear it in mind that there are some factors which determine if you will get the phone for a cheaper or more expensive rate. These factors include currency exchange rate, location, time of the year, etc.
Design and Display
As we discuss the design of the Galaxy S20 FE, we are going to be making some comparisons between it and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. This is because in terms of design, the two phones are somewhat similar.
A notable difference between the design of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is the S-pen cavity, which has been seen with the smartphones in the Samsung note series.
The rear panel of Galaxy S20 FE has a plastic build, and you should know that this makes it the second smartphone in Samsung’s flagship lineup launched this year to have a plastic build. It is widely believed that this is mostly about cutting costs.
On plastic rear panel, you will find a camera module which is where the triple rear camera set up and an LED flash are placed.
At the base of the rear panel, there is the Samsung branding, which shows that it is a Samsung smartphone.
The display that the phone comes with is a 6.5-inch display which is roughly 0.3 inches bigger than what is obtainable with the Samsung Galaxy S20. This 6.5-inch display is based on an AMOLED panel and has a resolution of 1080 x 2400, a density of 407 PPI, as well as a 120Hz refresh rate.
For protection, the display has Gorilla Glass 3 protection, which is lower than the Gorilla Glass 6 that the Samsung Galaxy 20 Plus 5G offers.
Still on the phone protection, theGalaxy S20 FE boasts of an IP68 rating which offers protection from water and dust damage.
There are quite a number of options to go for with regards to the colours that the device is available in. There is the Cloud Lavender, Cloud Mint, Cloud Navy, Cloud White, Cloud Red and Cloud Orange colour and you can choose any of these.
The camera set up of the Galaxy S20 FE is interesting as it does away with some of the features of its more premium siblings and incorporates some new ones.
With the rear camera set up of the Galaxy S20 FE, the 64MP telephoto camera on the Galaxy S20 is replaced by an 8MP camera.
Other cameras that make up the rear camera of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE include a 12MP ultrawide camera and a 12MP primary camera which is quite similar with what the Galaxy S20 offers.
The rear camera set up of the Galaxy S20 FE cannot deliver 8k video record, but it has the ability to offer 4k, 1080p video recording.
With the front facing camera, the 10MP camera on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus is replaced by a 32MP camera with the device. It can deliver 1080p and 4k video and as expected, the quality of the selfie images will be splendid.
Galaxy S20 FE Hardware / Software
Running the show on the inside is an Exynos 990 processor, which is similar to what is obtainable with the S20 for the international version.
You should however be aware of the fact that the 5G variant of the S20 FE comes with a Snapdragon 865 processor.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE also rocks an Adreno 650 GPU for graphics, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
It is equipped with a 4500 mAh non-removable battery. This battery supports a 30W fast charging mechanism, as well as 15W wireless charging, to make charging the device very easy for the phone users.
For software, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE features the One UI 2.5 interface on top of the Android 10 OS.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE supports a USB Type C (USB 3.2) port, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, as well as NFC.
It does not support 5G as Internet connectivity with the smartphone is maxed at 4G LTE. What this implies is that the phone users will not be able to handle tasks such as download, streaming, and uploads with the device at 5G speeds.