Samsung Galaxy FE 20 started going through the certification process with the version with Snadragon 865 processor.
Galaxy S20 FE, one of Samsung’s best selling phones since last year, will be back soon with the Snapdragon 865 processor model. If you are experiencing a confusing situation here, let’s clarify the situation immediately. When the Galaxy S20 FE was introduced last year, the phone was powered by Exynos 990 and Snapdragon 865, depending on the market. While the Exynos 990 model received great criticism, the Snapdragon 865 model sold like a cheese bread in other markets. The Exynos 990 processor model that we have come to this year will be canceled, and Snapdragon 865 will be used in all versions of the phone.
Galaxy S20 FE is Much More Performance with Snapdragon 865
A source close to Samsung reported that the Galaxy S20 FE with Exynos 990 processor will be discontinued and instead Snapdragon 865 will be included in all versions. The reason for this is the overheating experienced in the Exynos processor model, and consequently, excessive battery consumption and performance loss.
The 5G model of the S20 FE, also powered by the Snapdragon 865 processor, was introduced the other day. This model will be followed by a 4G model with the same processor. During the Wireless Power Consortium certification process, the first information about the phone started to come. Again, the image here shows that the phone will only be renewed at the processor point. The design and other technical features will remain largely the same.
According to the information in the certificate, the Galaxy S20 FE will once again have 25-watt wired fast charging support. We will also see a 4.5 watt reverse charge feature on the phone, which will include 15 watt wireless fast charging support. S20 FE 4G with Snapdragon 865 processor is expected to be announced very soon.