Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G Chipset Could be Better – Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Price

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Chipset could be better with the upgrades Samsung is planning to include. Samsung has released the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G has been launch ever since October, but it appears to be very likely that they would introduce a new version of it, a version that is accommodated by a Snapdragon 865 chipset.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G Chipset Could be Better

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G

As stated by WinFuture, that has seen the phone both on Samsung’s Scandinavian websites and on several retailers available in the region, and this follows the report that came earlier.

The recent version of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G has an Exynos 990 chipset, with only the 5G model that would get the Snapdragon 865, and while the two chipsets are high-end theoretically when tested out, the snapdragon proved to be much better in performance.

It actually makes sense that Samsung would be switching chipset, but given that the company themselves are making the Exynos one, the change can only bring up the fact that a rival chipset delivers more than theirs.

Very Soon, the Galaxy S20 FE would be launching very soon, and in several countries, although it reports only specifically mentions Scandinavia and Germany so that it remains to be seen whether the likes of the UK, the US, and Australia would receive it.

The New Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Price

The prices being offered by European retailers ranges from 600 euros (roughly $720 / £520 / AU$930) to 750 euros (around $900 / £650 / AU$1,160), but it is likely that these are placeholders.

Aside from that, the Chipset is exactly the same as the current 4G model (assuming that retailers listing is right), aside from lacking 5G, it seems exactly the same as the 5G version. So, we are expecting it to be priced in line with one of them Probably the current 4G version, which retails for £599 / AU$999 (around $830).

That said even if you can purchase it, we are not so certain of how appealing it could be. It is only a slight upgrade in the current 4G version, and it is still better than the 5G one. This is still, with the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE probably not coming for a while, and it is tempting to some people who want to purchase it.

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