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Galaxy S20 Fan Edition battery capacity, colors leak

Samsung launched three Galaxy S20 series smartphones earlier this year, but it has one more Galaxy S20 device in the works. Last month, we had exclusively reported the existence of the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition, and mentioned that it is the spiritual successor to the Galaxy S10 Lite. We had also revealed the colors it will be launched in. Now, the phone’s battery capacity and additional colors have been revealed.

According to a report from GalaxyClub.nl, the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition will be powered by a battery with model number EB-BG781ABY. It has a rated capacity of 4,370mAh, which is similar to the rated capacity of the battery inside the Galaxy S20+. This means that Samsung will market the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition with a typical battery capacity of 4,500mAh.

The upcoming smartphone will reportedly come in four colors—green, orange, red, and white—in Europe. There may be additional color variants (blue and violet) in other markets. The report also confirms that the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition will have a triple-camera setup at the rear, featuring a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and an 8MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom.

Galaxy S20 Fan Edition leaked specs, price

The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition will be available in both 4G (SM-G780) and 5G variants (SM-G781). It has been reported in the past that the phone will come equipped with the Snapdragon 865 processor, 6GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. The phone is rumored to come with a Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with a 120Hz refresh rate, Full HD+ resolution, and an in-display fingerprint reader.

Another feature that the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition is slated to bring is an IP68 certification for dust and water resistance, something that was lacking in the Galaxy S10 Lite. The device is expected to feature a 32MP selfie camera. It is being reported that the device might cost $750 when it launches later this year and that Samsung is planning to ship 5 million units by the end of this year.

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