A Couple of days back, Samsung has officially launched the brand new Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) with a 6.5-inch display and Exynos 990 Chipset. In-camera, it features a 12-MP + 8-MP + 12-MP Triple rear camera and a 32-MP single front-facing camera. The device comes in 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of internal storage capacity.
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Note: We will keep this post updated with the latest updated information regarding Samsung Galaxy Fan Edition (FE).
Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) Updates Tracker
- [January 06, 2021]: Samsung has finally started seeding ou the January 2021 Security patch update for the Galaxy S20 FE users. The update is rolling out in many regions and already many of the users have started experiencing it. The Security patch update might include bug fixes for known/reported issues, enhancements, and improvements. However, you will be undergoing all the changes while using your device.
- [December 20, 2020]: After a couple of months after it’s release, Samsung has now started seeding out the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S20 FE smartphones. The update with the G780FXXU1BTL1 Firmware version is currently rolling out in Russia along with the December 2020 Security patch. Talking about the new features, as it is the major update, it might come with plenty of new changes, add-ons, and modifications. However, you will be experiencing them while using your device.
- [October 13, 2020]: The Galaxy S20 FE devices have started receiving its first update with the October 2020 Security patch update. The update appears on the G781BXXU1ATJ1 Firmware version, and it is rolling limitedly in various countries. As of now, there’s no official Changelog from the company. So, the update might also include bug fixes for known issues, optimizations, and improvements.
Like all other updates, it is also spinning out in a phased manner and is expected to reach all the smartphones within a week. You can also check the update manually by navigating to Settings>Software updates>Check for updates. Also, make sure to switch over to a WiFi network to avoid carrier data charges.