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The great Galaxy S20 FE 5G is available at a hefty discount, again

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Last updated: February 19th, 2021 at 17:00 UTC+02:00

There are plenty of reasons to like the Galaxy S20 FE, and as many of you know, the relatively-low price is one of the phone’s biggest selling points. That same quality has now gotten even better, as Amazon has dropped a significant 14% off the Galaxy S20 FE’s retail price.

This translates to a $100 discount on the $699 price, meaning that customers can now buy the unlocked, 5G-enabled Galaxy S20 FE with 128GB of storage for $599. The discount is valid for all six color options: Cloud Green, Cloud Lavender, Cloud Navy, Cloud Orange, Cloud Red, and Cloud White.

Sadly the offer doesn’t apply to the Galaxy S20 FE variant with 256GB of built-in storage, as said model is out of stock with no news on when it might return. The 128GB variant is also temporarily out of stock but it will return on February 26 and Amazon customers are able to order the phone for the discounted price today.

The good news continues for Galaxy S20 FE buyers, as Samsung has just resumed the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update. The firmware is now rolling out over-the-air and newcomers will be able to download it as soon as they unbox and set up the device. You can refer to our Galaxy S20 FE 5G review below to learn more about the user experience, though keep in mind that the phone was reviewed when it was running Android 10 as opposed to the latest version.

Galaxy S20 FE review

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