Recently, one of the most awaited smartphone from Samsung, “Galaxy S20 Fan Edition” (AKA S20 Lite) has been spotted on a certification site, once more. This time, the phone has been spotted on the 3C Certification site.
The 3C Certification has revealed the battery charging related information of the phone. The upcoming Galaxy S20 FE will support fast charging only up to 15W (9V, 1.67A), and it can also be charged at standard 10W (5V, 2A). Surprisingly, the new Galaxy S20 FE has a slow charging speed as compare to its previous model Galaxy S10 Lite (support fast charging up to 45W).
The charger (used in this Certification) is Samsung’s old 15W charger (Model: EP-TA200), which Samsung is providing with its mid-range phones for a long time. The Certification has a model number “SM-G7810”, which points to us that this would be a Chinese variant of Galaxy S20 FE. The new model also supports 5G connectivity.
It can also be seen that the applicant for this Certification is “Samsung China Investment Company Limited.” The Certification has been issued on 2nd September.
Previously, we already reported that the new Galaxy S20 FE would be available in both chipsets: Qualcomm’s Snapdragon (in China And US) and Samsung’s Exynos (In Europe And Asia). Moreover, it is expected that the upcoming model will feature a flat Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. A triple back camera setup (12MP+12MP+8MP) is also expected to be featured on the phone.
Like Apple’s iPhone 11, this new model will also come in different color variations. This time, the phone will also be IP68 certified (dust & water-resistant).
The new Galaxy S20 FE is expected to be launched in the upcoming Fall 2020.