Samsung Galaxy Note 20FE gets a mention on company’s official website

    It will also be interesting to see if the particular device supports S Pen since all the Galaxy Note models do.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Nov 03 2020, 16:25 IST
    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in ‘Mystic Bronze’.
    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in ‘Mystic Bronze’. (Samsung)
    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in ‘Mystic Bronze’.
    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in ‘Mystic Bronze’. (Samsung)

    Samsung, few days ago, introduced a Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) and now it looks like there's another Fan Edition device coming soon. The firm accidentally mentioned Galaxy Note 20 FE on its official landing page before pulling it and almost confirming the existence of the product. The page was published on company's Brazilian portal and did mention “Galaxy Note 20 FE” in quite a few places. There are mentions of the smartphone in company page's source code as well. 

    As reported by Sammobile, the codes were found in the section where Samsung highlights the Night Mode. So, can we expect the Galaxy Note 20 FE to come with a really good camera that can shoot good photos at night? Who knows?

    It will also be interesting to see if the particular device supports S Pen since all the Galaxy Note models do.

    Meanwhile, Samsung is focussing on its Galaxy S21 smartphone that is apparently launching soon.

    As per a recent report, It looks like Samsung's schedule is on track as the company has reportedly started mass production of its Galaxy S21 smartphones. This time too, three smartphones are expected in the Galaxy S21 series including an ‘Ultra' variant.

    According to a report by WinFuture, Samsung began the production of Galaxy S21 Ultra last week, and it plans to start the manufacturing of components for the Galaxy S21 Plus soon. Samsung is yet to start production of parts for the Galaxy S21 according to the report.

    The Galaxy S21 smartphones are rumoured to launch in January which is earlier than when the phones usually launch

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    First Published Date: 03 Nov, 16:25 IST
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