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Galaxy S20 Fan Edition


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Apparently it'll be the successor to the S10 Lite. So something that slots in between the A71 and the S20.

https://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-galaxy-s20-fan-edition-launch-1132248/

From other articles I've seen, it'll have 5G in the US, and my guess is that T-Mobile will pick it up. If it's the same size/smaller than the A71, should fill a hole in the lineup nicely.

That said, not in a hurry to see it, as having that in the lineup might make it easier to justify the S20 costing more than the $750 I just paid for one 😛

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