Just newly launched the Galaxy S20 FE one of the best flagship smartphone and directly can compete with OnePlus 8T device. The Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) has 4G and 5G connectivity both and comes with different type of colors, such as Red, Lavender, White, Black, and Orange. on this phone has great some builtin wallpapers. Here you can download galaxy s20 FE wallpapers free of cost.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE – Specifications
This phone was unveiled in Samsung’s third Unpacked Event 2020, and in this device it has 6.5′-inch Super AMOLED Display with the resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels resolutions and upto 120Hz screen refresh rate.
It has Qualcomm latest Snapdragon 865+ processor with LPDDR5 RAM and Exynos 990 chipset for 4G model. They are two model they made one 4G/5G both and 4G model.
For shooting photos and videos it has a 12MP main sensor with an f/2.2 aperture, 1.12-micron pixel size, OIS, and Dual Pixel Autofocus. And It also has a 12MP wide-angle lens and an 8MP telephoto camera shooter. On the front, Samsung packs a 32MP selfie snapper with f/2.0 aperture.
Battery & Charging
The device houses a 4500mAh battery with 15W fast charging along with same Watt wireless charging and reverse charging too.
Talking about the availability and pricing, then the S20 FE 5G starts at $699 (approx. ₹51,400 / £600) and will be available from the 2nd of October. So, these are the details of the new Galaxy S20 Fan Edition. Now let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Wallpapers.
Download Galaxy S20 FE Wallpapers
he Fan Edition comes with five new inbuilt wallpapers alongside the four Galaxy Dex Wallpapers. In terms of the quality, then I’m glad to tell you that all these wallpapers are in 2400 X 2400 pixels resolution and 1920 X 1920 (for Dex) pixels resolution. Here you can check the low-resolution preview images.
Once downloaded, head over to the downloads folder, choose the wallpaper you want to set on your smartphone’s home screen or lock screen. Open it and then tap on the three-dots menu icon to set the wallpaper. That’s it.
Last Updated on September 24, 2020 by Prosenjit Dey