Earlier this year, Samsung launched Lite variants of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy
Note 10 as more affordable options to its previous flagships. Now, the company
might be launching a Lite version of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series that was
launched this February.
According to a report byETNews
[https://www.etnews.com/20200624000161?mc=em_101_00001], Samsung will be
introducing a Lite model for the S20 series this October. The report names the
smartphone, ?Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition? (based on Automated Translation),
describing it as an entry-level model part of the S20 series.
Nothing about the smartphone is known officially but there have been many
[https://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_working_on_a_galaxy_s20_lite_might_launch_alongside_the_note20-news-43715.php] reports, the Galaxy S20 Lite has been speculated to function on Samsung?s One UI
2.5 based on Android 10 and powered by a Snapdragon 865 SoC with at least 128GB
of onboard storage.
Additionally, the report by ETNews says that Samsung will also launch the Galaxy
Note 20 Series in August and a 5G version of the Z Flip along with the Galaxy
Fold 2, which will follow in September.
The speculation around these smartphones goes along with an?earlier report?that
had suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G
will all be revealed at Samsung?s Unpacked event which is slated to launch in
While nothing is official yet, with the speculated dates coming up, more
information can be expected to be available soon.