Samsung didn’t have the best of its years with the Galaxy S20 series. We don’t know whether the lower than expected sales were due to the COVID-19 pandemic or due to their high prices, but the devices weren’t among the best-selling Galaxy phones. The devices also suffered from issues with auto-focus and the challenging 108MP camera on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. In September 2020, the brand decided to bring a new affordable version of the Galaxy S20 dubbed Galaxy S20 FE. The device was a cheaper alternative available in 4G and 5G variants and conquered users across the world. For that reason, it’s natural to see Samsung preparing a sequel. While the new device does not come, consumers can enjoy the available unit with a hefty discount in the United States.
The South-Korean firm debuted the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of Internal Storage for $699.99 in the United States. Now, this particular variant has been discounted by $100 on Amazon. Interested users can now acquire this flagship phone for only $599.99. Worth noting that the model is unlocked and users can insert the supported SIM of their choice. Moreover, the discount is applicable on all six colors. It’s great to see that Samsung isn’t making a specific color more expensive. The device is available in Cloud Navy, Cloud White, Cloud Red, Cloud Green, Cloud Orange, and Cloud Lavender.
Samsung is also offering the Galaxy Buds Pro alongside the Galaxy S20 FE 5G at an attractive price
Furthermore, buyers can also get the Galaxy Buds Pro in Black color for only $99.99. You’ll need to check it out along with the smartphone. Unfortunately, there is no discount for the higher 256GB variant of the Galaxy S20 FE 5G. For now, is listed as out of stock. The device was launched with One UI 2.5 based on Android 10. However, it was later updated to Android 11-based One UI 3.0, and also got an incremental update to One UI 3.1 recently. However, the latest update is on hold due to small issues.
The device is a nice opportunity for those who want to enter the high-end Galaxy segment but can afford the Galaxy S21 series. As we reported previously, Samsung has been discontinuing the Galaxy S20 series. So, users who have been waiting for a price drop in the last year’s models, now that the 2021 units are official, will need to pick the Galaxy S20 FE instead.