Earlier this year we saw the unpacking of Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S20 series. Few weeks after the global launch, the smartphone series reached the Indian shores. But now the company is set up to bring another version of it namely Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition, also known as the Galaxy S20 Lite. This device has already been spotted on Geekbench listing. It is expected to get launched in the fourth quarter this year. This device is going to succeed the Galaxy S10 Lite.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition aka Galaxy S20 Lite has been spotted on popular benchmarking website Geekbench. The device is tipped to come with Exynos 990 processor, which is speculated to be the Indian variant. The benchmark listing suggests that the phone’s single score is 588 while in the multi-core tests it has achieved 2,448 points. In addition to this, the smartphone will run on Android 10 and will be offered in an 8GB RAM variant.
This is not the first time the alleged smartphone has been spotted via Geekbench. Galaxy S20 Fan Edition with model number SM-G781B was also found on the same benchmarking website which is said to be known as Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite. But here is a difference: the device with model number SM-G781B is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset paired with a 6GB of RAM option. Though there is no confirmation from the company, the reports and rumours have emerged to reveal some of the critical details of the upcoming smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition also known as Galaxy S20 Lite is expected to come with a 120Hz display and an IP68-certified build. A famous tipster Ice Universe cites this information on Twitter. The tipster has also revealed the phone is likely to feature a hole-punch display design with a selfie camera diameter of 3.3 millimetres. In addition to this, the device is tipped to come with a 4,500mAh battery. Moreover, the alleged handset is rumoured to have a triple rear camera which is likely to include a primary 12-megapixel lens with a secondary 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens and an 8-megapixel telephoto sensor offering 3x optical zoom.
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