While the Samsung Galaxy S21 is the brand’s shiny new option, it comes with bills that are going to feel far too high for many. If you’re in that boat, looking for Samsung on a budget, a pair of offers on the S20 FE could be your perfect option.
If 5G isn’t a feature you’re desperately interested in, the retailer Fonehouse has one of the cheapest prices around on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE deals. It starts off with a price of just £34 a month for 100GB of data.
While that alone is quite a strong offering, it gets better thanks to a cashback plan available. If you buy this contract, Fonehouse will throw in £192 in cashback by redemption, effectively bringing your bills all the way down to just £26 a month.
If 5G is a factor you know you can’t live without, Fonehouse has an offer for you as well. It drops your data plan down to 30GB but is the more powerful handset.
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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE deals: what’s it like to use?
With a substantial £300 difference between the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and Samsung Galaxy S20 – and a further £100 for the 5G variant of the latter – it’s not unreasonable to expect a handset that is largely underwhelming with its S20 tag to live up to. However, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE actually takes some of the key, more exciting features of the full-fat flagship and simply embodies these components in a moderately cheaper shell.
Long story short: if you’re here for the aesthetic, the S20 FE might not cut it. However, if a slightly more budget-friendly handset with some high-end features gets your blood pumping, the ‘Fan Edition’ is calling…
So what are those aforementioned features? Well, the S20 FE boasts that super-smooth, 120Hz refresh rate with Full HD+ resolution, as well as a powerful, top-tier processor, and a pretty nifty camera set-up.
Yep, under the hood, you’ll find the Exynos 990 chipset, which offers a seriously impressive, snappy performance. Where the camera is concerned, the S20 FE has a triple camera lens set-up with excellent features like the S20’s Night Mode, as well as Single Take utilising all three lenses to capture the very best snap.
Compare it to the S21 and it falls short in most categories. The processor is weaker, the camera set-up isn’t quite as impressive and although they utilise similar bodies and displays, the S21 has better technology inside to power the screen.
However, considering it is so much cheaper than either the S20 or S21, it seems like an obvious choice for many.