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Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition said to be an affordable S20 phone, Snapdragon 865 in tow

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus. (Source: ZDNet)
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus. (Source: ZDNet)
According to new reports, Samsung is working on a new phone, the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition. The phone is said to be slated for a October launch, after the release of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Fold 2, and will be a more affordable Galaxy S20 offering.
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Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 Lite earlier in the year and brought it to the US shortly after. The company is planning to offer a successor, and new reports claim the phone is on the way, with launch billed for October.

According to Korean outlet ETNews, Samsung is set to launch three sets of phones in its flagship lineup over the next few months: The Galaxy Note 20 series, the Galaxy Fold 2, and the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition. We've known for a long time now that the first two would be released in August, but the third is a wild card. 

The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition is expected to be an affordable offering in the Galaxy S20 series. That sounds a lot like a Galaxy S20 Lite, and it's likely the phone will be branded as such when it's finally released. Supposedly, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 865. Otherwise, it can be expected to offer some feature compromises relative to the flagship Galaxy S20.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-06-26 (Update: 2020-06-26)
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