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The first event (the “Event”) featuring “Star Teacher” Julaiti is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Beijing Time (or 8:00 a.m. ET) on October 17, 2020. Julaiti is a 20-years old musician who has gained increasing popularity among China’s Gen Z in recent years, following his Top 15 Finalist finish on the “Super Boy 2017”, a highly acclaimed musical competition series on Hunan Satellite TV,
Samsung may launch more Fan Edition models alongside its future flagship series.
This comes after the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition made its debut this week.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition made its long-awaited debut this week, offering consumers some features offered by its more premium siblings at a lower price point. But this device or naming convention reportedly won’t be a one-off.
According to Samsung (via SamMobile), more Fan Edition models can be expected to follow the launch of the company’s flagship lines in the future. This means we’ll likely see the Samsung Galaxy S30 followed by a Galaxy S30 Fan Edition around six months later.
Propping up its offerings with a cheaper device is a tradition Samsung revived with the Galaxy S10 Lite. Samsung seemingly ditched the “Lite” moniker this time around, to earmark the S20 Fan Edition as part of its flagship line. It’s all about
Samsung has just revealed the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE), the newest member of the Galaxy S20 series. Samsung says the Galaxy S20 FE is a “premium flagship smartphone that includes innovations Galaxy fans told us they love most, made available at an accessible price point”.
Samsung has aimed to keep fan-favourite features from its March 2020 flagship Galaxy S20 series – such as the 120Hz refresh rate for smooth scrolling, an AI-powered camera, its latest S20 chipset, a 4500mAh 25-hour battery, wireless charging to juice up your Galaxy Buds Live and other Galaxy wearables, plus up to 1TB expandable storage – and packaged them into a 6.5″ super AMOLED display handset that’s available in six colourways. Your options are Cloud Navy, Red, Orange, Mint, White and Lavender – all with the fingerprint-smear minimising ‘Haze’ finish, as seen in the S20 Mystic Bronze hue.
Samsung, out with another smartphone in the S20 series that they say is designed around the features that fans were asking for. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE “Fan Edition” is a more affordable option to the high-end S20 models that still retains some of the high-end features.
The S20 FE still packs in the same Snapdragon processor of the S20, has a 6.5″ AMOLED display that doesn’t have curved edges, supports 5G and has 3 cameras on the back and a 32 Megapixel camera on the front. It comes in 6 different colors for a price tag of $699. It hits stores on October 2nd.
You’re shaving hundreds off the price of the S20 so what’s the catch? Well, Samsung did have to cut some things. The screen is still 120Hz but it’s now flat. The cameras are also cut down a bit. Instead of the 64MP
Samsung’s unannounced Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) has appeared in a pair of new videos. The first is a hands-on video from YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo which shows off the device from every angle and details its key specs. Meanwhile, the second video appears to be a leaked promo video for the 5G version of the device posted to Twitter by @yabhishekhd. Jimmy Is Promo says the phone should retail for between $699 and $750.
According to Jimmy is Promo, whose previous videos include a hands-on look at the Note 20 ahead of its official announcement, the Galaxy S20 FE will have a 6.5-inch 120Hz 1080p flat display, making it slightly bigger than the 6.2-inch Galaxy S20 but smaller than the 6.7-inch S20 Plus. It has a plastic back, no headphone jack, IP68 rating for dust and water resistance, stereo speakers, and supports standard wireless charging as well as