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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (Cloud Green, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)

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  • 5G Ready powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Octa-Core processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal memory expandable up to 1TB, Android 11.0 operating system and dual SIM
  • Triple Rear Camera Setup – 12MP (Dual Pixel) OIS F1.8 Wide Rear Camera + 8MP OIS Tele Camera + 12MP Ultra Wide | 30X Space Zoom, Single Take & Night Mode | 32MP F2.2 Front Punch Hole Camera
  • 6.5-inch(16.40 centimeters) Infinity-O Super AMOLED Display with 120Hz Refresh rate, 1080 x 2400 (FHD+) Resolution “
  • 4500 mAh battery (Non -removable) with Super Fast Charging, FAst Wireless Charging & Finger Print sensor
  • IP68 Rated, MicroSD Card Slot (Expandable upto 1 TB), Dual Nano Sim, Hybrid Sim Slot, 5G+5G Dual stand by
  • 5G Ready powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Octa-Core processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal memory expandable up to 1TB, Android 11.0 operating system and dual SIM.
  • Triple Rear Camera Setup – 12megapixels (Dual Pixel) OIS F1.8 Wide Rear Camera + 8megapixels OIS Tele Camera + 12megapixels Ultra Wide | 30X Space Zoom, Single Take & Night Mode | 32megapixels F2.2 Front Punch Hole Camera.
  • 6.5-inch(16.40 centimeters) Infinity-O Super AMOLED Display with 120Hz Refresh rate, 1080 x 2400 (FHD+) Resolution.
  • 4500 mAh battery (Non -removable) with Super Fast Charging, Fast Wireless Charging & Finger Print sensor.
  • IP68 Rated, MicroSD Card Slot (Expandable upto 1 TB), Dual Nano Sim, Hybrid Sim Slot.
  • 5G Ready powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Octa-Core processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal memory expandable up to 1TB, Android 11.0 operating system and dual SIM.
  • Triple Rear Camera Setup – 12megapixels (Dual Pixel) OIS F1.8 Wide Rear Camera + 8megapixels OIS Tele Camera + 12megapixels Ultra Wide | 30X Space Zoom, Single Take & Night Mode | 32megapixels F2.2 Front Punch Hole Camera.
  • 6.5-inch(16.40 centimeters) Infinity-O Super AMOLED Display with 120Hz Refresh rate, 1080 x 2400 (FHD+) Resolution.
  • 4500 mAh battery (Non -removable) with Super Fast Charging, Fast Wireless Charging & Finger Print sensor.
  • IP68 Rated, MicroSD Card Slot (Expandable upto 1 TB), Dual Nano Sim, Hybrid Sim Slot.

Specification: Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (Cloud Green, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)

RAM

‎8 GB

Product Dimensions

‎0.84 x 7.45 x 15.98 cm, 190 Grams

Batteries

‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎SM-G781BZGGINS

Connectivity technologies

‎WiFi 5G, WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, Radio, USB

Special features

‎Rear Camera, Dual_Sim, Camera, Fast Charging, Hybrid Sim Slot

Display technology

‎AMOLED

Other display features

‎Wireless

Device interface - primary

‎Touchscreen

Other camera features

‎Triple Rear Camera (12MP + 8MP + 12MP), 32MP Front Camera

Form factor

‎Bar

Colour

‎Cloud Mint

Battery Power Rating

‎4500

Whats in the box

‎Handset, Non-removable Battery Included, Travel Adapter, USB Cable, User Manual

Manufacturer

‎Samsung

Country of Origin

‎India

Item Weight

‎190 g

6 reviews for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (Cloud Green, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)

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  1. Swarnendu Chaudhuri

    I was using OnePlus 5t for last 3 years. Thought of changing the phone and after made lot of research choose samsung s20 fe over OnePlus 9 and till date I don’t have any regret for that.. it’s simply an amazing phone.

    Pros:
    1. Camera: Please don’t go with the camera mega pixel and sensors specifications.. it’s all just a number, in the end it only matters how good the picture is. Samsung is way way better than OnePlus in this aspect. Added few examples above.

    2. Display: 120 hz super amoled display by samsung, what else you want.

    3. Sound: crisp and clear with dual speakers..

    4. Battery: easily it gives me 10 hrs on screen back up, not a gamer though.

    Cons:
    1. 15w charger is just less imo, 25w would have been ideal.
    2. Brightness could have been more, not a major problem though.
    3. Very new to one ui, but as per the initial impression oxygen os was better.
    4. Fingerprint reader could have been better.

    Edit:
    OneUI is awesome.. may be oxygen os is simple and easy to use..but one UI has lot of useful features based on AI. Too good in my opinion.

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  2. sandhya gupta

    For the price of 48k, I see this device as the perfect balance between performance, value and future proof. I bought this instead of OnePlus 9 and 9R and do not regret this decision at all.

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  3. Aror Tech

    Reviewing after using it for last 3 days, bought from an offline store:

    1. Display is superb with 120hz and 60hz refresh rate option.
    2. Sound quality is good and loud from dual front speakers.
    3. Camera is having upto 30x zoom and other pro features. It could have been bit better for wide angle but night mode is sufficiently good.
    4. Comes with a 15W charger, but supports upto 25W fast & wireless charging.
    5. Phone back is polycarbonate which looks decent enough to hold. One plus 9 may look more premium with all glass back but will be more delicate as well.
    6. Snapdragon 865 processor is fast if not the fastest like SD888 on one plus 9.
    7. 5G support – will support around 9 5G bands in future as compared to just 2 5G bands of one plus 9. S20FE 5G looks more future ready on paper. More 5G bands getting enabled with software updates on one plus 9 is debatable and need to wait n watch.
    8. Phone is IP68 dust and water proof, which isn’t offered by one plus 9.
    9. Expandable memory upto 1TB support not offered by one plus 9.
    10. Battery same 4500 mah on this phone as well as one plus 9 but latter comes with a 65W wrap charger.

    Verdict – GO FOR IT. One of the best mid- range segment phones from Samsung competing against one plus 9. Both having their own winning areas, boils down to one’s own preferences.

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  4. Saksham

    Pretty Happy. It has everything I wished for.

    Upgrading from an S9 after 3 years.
    A good camera, waterproofing, strong processor, high battery life and headphone jack 3.5mm were my basic requirements.

    It has everything except the 3.5 mm jack. Compromised on that because I was getting rest.

    I do not play games but WiFi for majority of hours, 99+ tabs on Firefox and Chrome, many vudeo callings on 4G network (Jio) and heavy PDF files are operating simultaneously on my phone. Along with occasional YT Video.
    Earlier, S9’s (Exynos 9810, 4GB RAM) never lagged on this routine and after 3 years, now it started to.

    Initially, was considering the A52 as it also had all needs. It had the 3.5 mm jack in it, but the compromise there was the Camera and processor.

    Went through the details of the Snapdragon processor on A52, and realized that procoessor is not even close to the flagship processor, received earlier on S9. (Exynos 9810). That was the deal breaker for me as A52 will not be even able to handle current requirements, let alone future ones. I think A52 has SD730G or 720G. S9 with Exynos 9810 is faster than that chipset. The A52 5G may or may not be launched and even that has 750G which is not equal to S9’s old one. These are facts available online. After paying 30-35k for A52/A72, one is getting a processor that was not even equal to the 3 year old Samsung Flagship of S9 (9810).

    People would be suprised to know that pairing 8GB or 12 GB RAM with low-mid/mid processors will give you *less* performance than having lesser RAM on Top End processors.

    It is with this need, kade the decision to purchase S20 FE 5G. It has a better camera. and the Snapdragon 865 is future proof and will take care of my needs for 3 years comfortably without lags.

    Other phone that was considered was Asus ROG 5, It has everything needed at nearly same price point. Mainly, the 6,000 Mah battery. There the compromise was on Camera and Waterproofing. Was also concerned about Asus after sales support. Samsung after sales support is best in India as I have witnessed it my self. People should also consider this. That how good the company is in After sales support.

    5G was not a concern. Satisfied with 4G speeds and where heavy speeds are needed, prefer to use WiFi fiber based. Also, no phone currently sold in India is 5G proof, as it is not known which 5G bands will be brought to India by Government.

    The Camera is great and have put a 512GB Sandisk Ultra Card inside.

    This is the best phone available from Samsung right now and the definitely among the top 3 by any standards in the whole market. One cannot go wrong with this.

    Charger
    It has a 15W inside while phone supports 25W. Personally I am not bothered because 15W is good for battery life and health. Fast Charging reduces it. The difference is also small. Difference would be great if phone supported 65W and then we were given a 15W one. 15W will improve your battery life.

    Never considered the OnePlus as it’s a Chinese brand. I try to avoid Chinese one as much as possible. Also the S20 FE 5G is assembled in India in Noida, U.P. OP9 is full direct import, even the box. It has been 10 months since Galwan, but we must never forget

    Edits

    1) Display
    Phone supports 120Hz. Looks Beautiful. But I do not use it. Battery difference is significant. Around 1-2 hours. 60Hz lasts longer. So…

    2) Camera – I am happy. Photos look even better on laptop (after transfer) :D.

    3) Battery Life
    – takes 2 hours 13 minutes for full charge with 15W charger. Battery is 4,500 Mah. First 50-60% were very fast. After that charge happens slowly
    – lasts 1 and a half day with my normal use, which is heavy. (see above). 1st day ended with 36% 😀
    – Woke up next morning to find it at 27%.
    – Lasted till around 3 p.m.
    – Make your own conclusions

    4) I do not play games. No comments on how battery is affected when we play games

    5) What’s in the Box?
    – no silicone cover, no earphones
    – charger you get is 15W. *It is Type C to Type C Charger* (You cannot use old chargers with normal USB port)
    – SIM Tool

    What I do not like/A bit surprised
    – Phone is *Heavy*
    – If you are those who like to read/browse on phone for extended hours (I use Kindle often), you will feel real strain within 15 minutes. (At least I do) Maybe, because last phone was very light. Hopefully, arms adjust soon.

    This comparison is not meant to denigrate A52/A72’s processors. They just do not fit the use pattern

    Do not buy 3rd party Type C to 3.5mm jacks available on Amazon. From Samsung Shop, purchased the original Samsung supported jack available for 699. Good 3rd party ones on Amazon are selling fro 999/899. Their compatibility is suspect. Jacks are beneficial over Bluetooth based ones because jacks reduce the battery charge. Using 3.5mm jack easily saves 10-12% over 2-3 hours.

    I have not experienced luckily any heating till now from phone.

    Edit 2 – Pics
    – butterfly pics. Please Note, I am no professional photographer. But this butterfly pic is at very high zoom. It is taken from good distance. Could not go near it. I am happy with the camera’s zoom capabilities.
    Thanks for reading till here

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  5. Ashraf ali

    no sim card pin, there was no headphone. packing was not up to the mark ,with respect to the price of the product
    The product heats up very fast

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  6. subash07

    Bought this a day back
    At this price range I felt this phone is a crap.
    Here are the reasons why
    1) Terrible heating issue near to the camera with moderate usage – Might be from the processor
    2) Battery optimization sucks – with moderate usage it dint lasted for 7 hours
    3)Only 15W Charger will be in the box
    3) At this price range competitors provide better finger print reader
    4) cheaper corilla glass 3 is used
    5) Snapdragon 860 and 865 has some heating issues and other issues
    6)Back design makes this phone less premium

    Overall at 40k price – This phone in not woth for the money 😑 …if you’re looking for mid flagship camera..then you can go for this phone.

    Considering the heating issue this phone rate will drop further.. When it drops to 30k you can buy this phone

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