Back in October 2020, Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 FE in the United States. Recently, a new variant of the S20 FE has already received certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth certification website. In addition to that, the smartphone has also passed the Geekbench, and the support page was also live in many countries, including UK, Malaysia, and the Philippines. At present, a new variant of the Galaxy S20 FE has been spotted on the FCC Certification website. Based on the previous and present certifications, we can expect the smartphone’s launch shortly.
Talking about the FCC certification, the smartphone carrying the model number SM-G780G/DS, SM-G780G/DSM, and SM-G780G has passed the FCC certification website. The listing reveals a few specifications of the upcoming smartphone. As per FCC documents, the device is expected to come with a 4,500mAh battery with support for charging up to 15W. Apart from these, there’s no more information available about the smartphone.
Coming to the previous Geekbench certification, the Galaxy S20 FE has secured 893 points in the single-core and 3094 points in the multi-core test, respectively. The phone is expected to come in a new variant with 6GB RAM. Additionally, we can also expect the smartphone in an 8GB RAM variant as a higher-end model. As of today, the camera, display, and other specifications remain unknown at the moment. However, apart from the Chipset, we can expect similar specifications of the existing Galaxy S20 FE 4G.
To recall the Galaxy S20 FE Specifications, it features a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED 120Hz display (1080 x 2400 pixels) and is powered by an Exynos 990 SoC. The device runs Android 10 based One UI Skin out of the box and packs a 4,500 mAh battery. For photography, the smartphone equips a triple rear camera that assembles with a 12-MP + 8-MP + 12-MP triple rear camera and a 32 MP selfie camera.