Samsung's Galaxy S20 FE 5G is on sale at a tremendously low price ahead of the S21 FE launch

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Samsung's Galaxy S20 FE 5G is on sale at a tremendously low price ahead of the S21 FE launch
Released more than a year ago, the so-called Fan Edition of Samsung's Galaxy S20 flagship almost instantaneously became a huge box-office hit at a fairly reasonable list price of $700 and up.

Despite its now-advanced age, the 6.5-inch Snapdragon 865 powerhouse remains a very appealing phone for hardcore Samsung fans unable to afford a Galaxy S21-series flagship, for instance, helped by the many delays of the S21 FE 5G.

It also doesn't hurt that the comprehensively leaked upcoming device looks awfully familiar in everything from press-friendly renders to premature unboxing videos, not to mention that the S20 FE 5G has recently dropped to a new all-time low price of $524.99 at Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

5G, Fully Unlocked, 128GB Storage, 6GB RAM, Refurbished
$378 99
$699 99

Of course, you can spend even less on a fully unlocked model with 128 gigs of internal storage space and a 6GB RAM count, although you will have to settle for a refurbished unit in a Cloud Navy hue if you want to save a whopping 146 bucks on top of the already substantial $175 aforementioned discount.

Yes, ladies and gents, Woot has Galaxy S20 FE 5G refurbs on sale at the time of this writing for as little as $378.99 apiece with a "moderate level of wear & tear", as well as a 4,500mAh battery tested to function at "minimum" 80 percent capacity and otherwise "full working condition" guaranteed.

Said ultra-affordable units are covered by a 90-day warranty provided by the Amazon-owned e-tailer, which is obviously the same for lavender, orange, and red color options currently fetching anywhere between $403.99 and $418.99. 

If you don't mind the inherent risks and inconveniences of buying a refurbished handset, this bad boy is without a doubt one of the best phones under $400 out there, sporting a silky smooth 120Hz Super AMOLED display and a more than reasonably versatile and capable triple rear-facing camera system composed of 12, 8, and 12MP imaging sensors.

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