Earlier this month, Samsung finally revealed the Galaxy Note 20 in all its glory. The company also unveiled its brand new Galaxy Z Fold 2 that gives continuity to the infamous foldable lineup. One could think that Samsung is done with its flagship plans for 2020. But that’s not a correct way of thinking! After all, Samsung is gearing up to reveal a new smartphone dubbed Galaxy S20 Fan Edition. It will be a special edition of the former flagship with some incremental changes and a more affordable price tag. A couple of hours ago, a set of CAD renders leaked giving us a good glimpse of the upcoming device. Now, we’re looking at a new set of renders published by the very reliable leakster Evan Blass. The most interesting fact is that it shows the handset is six colorways.
Galaxy S20 Fan Edition Rumored Specs
These new renders are on par with yesterday’s leaked renders. The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition will not innovate in design. We’ll have Samsung’s traditional punch-hole display with a center-aligned selfie snapper. The display is said to come with FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The display size should be between 6.4-inch to 6.5-inch. Around the back, the smartphone will flaunt a triple-camera setup aligned inside of a square-ish module. Apparently the setup combines a 12MP primary, 12MP ultrawide, and 8MP telephoto units.
The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition will also come with a power button and volume rocker aligned on the right side. The USB-C port is placed at the bottom while the SIM tray rests at the top. Under the hood, we were expecting the Snapdragon 865 SoC. However, a recently spotted GeekBench listing revealing an alleged variant with Exynos 990 chipset. Those surely aren’t good news for the anti-Exynos gang.
Among other rumored specifications we have a possible IP68 dust and water resistance as well as an excellent 4,500mAh battery. The smartphone will also come with fast-charging technology. We believe that it will have at least 25W charging. Samsung will sell it in two distinct flavors with 4G and 5G connectivity. Moreover, you can expect some storage differences. The phone is expected for October with a price tag of $760. It’s not as expensive as other Galaxy phones, but not affordable as flagship killers. We also expect the phone to ship with Android 10, despite the Android 11 possible release in the next month.