I have tried the Galaxy S20 and I’m a big fan of its display, but it’s also a bit small for my tastes. After using iPhones with larger screens for months, I’ve started to feel cramped when holding a phone this big. And a Samsung Galaxy S20 is far from that. Its screen is a whopping 6.2 inches.
The camera is impressive, with three modules: a 12MP f/1.8 primary sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor with 120-degree field-of-view, and a 64-megapixel telephoto lens. The device offers a 3X hybrid optical zoom, with the latter capable of going up to 30x with software optimization. And while you’re on the subject of the camera, the front camera is so nipple-like, you won’t see many people holding it in their hands.
The design of the Galaxy S20 FE is clean and functional, yet doesn’t win any innovation awards. It’s still a good phone, but it doesn’t have a glass back – you’ll have to put a case on it. Also, Samsung has made some compromises in other areas, like removing the fast charger from its packages. The FE also has a fingerprint sensor, but it’s less secure than the ultrasonic ones.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is a cheaper alternative to the flagship Samsung Galaxy S20 series, the Galaxy S20 Ultra and S20+. These phones offer the same experience, but are a little cheaper. The Galaxy S20 FE is the better value of the two. If you’re still not sure, the S20 Ultra and S20+ are good choices for a first impression.