About Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G - Review, Specs + more The great thing about the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is the fact that it is available for a good price. Unlike other smartphones that are designed with the price in mind, Samsung have done a brilliant job of keeping all of the features that people want but trimming the fat. For around £250 less than the regular Samsung Galaxy S20 you get a triple camera setup, 5G connectivity and a powerful 120Hz display. Being a budget Galaxy S20 option, it’s clear that this device is aimed at the younger people out there. Tell-tale signs of this are the fact that the selfie camera is sharper than the front camera on the original S20. There is also a larger range of colours available. But do not let the fact that it’s geared towards younger people put you off – it’s still an excellent handset for the price point. To keep the price low for the intended market, Samsung did have to cut some costs. This is quite evident in terms of the resolution of the display, the RAM, the charger, and the materials in which the S20 FE is made from. These aren’t necessarily deal-breakers, but if any of those factors are important to you, then you would probably prefer to spend more money and get a normal S20, or a smartphone from a different manufacturer altogether. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Performance The S20 FE features a Snapdragon 865 processor and has 6GB of RAM, which is only half that of the regular Galaxy S20. In terms of storage you only get 128GB, but this can be expanded to 1TB with a microSD card. For the majority of smartphone users who don’t use their phone for more demanding tasks such as gaming, this is more than sufficient. The S20 FE also contains a huge 4,500mAH battery, the same size as featured in the S20 plus, and larger than the regular Galaxy S20. You would think that this means you get a lot more battery life, but for some reason you do not. It’s quite a powerful battery though and should last the majority of the day even if you are using your phone all of the time. The S20 Fe features a Snapdragon 865 processor and has 6GB of RAM, which is only half that of the regular Galaxy S20. When it comes to flagship smartphones at budget prices, the market is becoming more competitive. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is a particularly good contender, and probably one of the best smartphones available in this price bracket at the moment. However, as more manufacturers jump on the wagon to create an affordable but powerful smartphone, it is probably not long before another manufacturer is able to make something a bit better. If you’re looking for a reliable device from a reputable manufacturer though then you can’t go far wrong. And the increase in the competition for this price point will only be good news for consumers in the long run, as it will lead to more choice of smartphones for a lot less money.