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Galaxy S20 FE is now available for pre-order in Brazil at a discount

Samsung’s budget flagship, the Galaxy S20 FE, was released in most but not all markets a few weeks ago and some regions are lagging behind. Brazil is now catching up as Samsung is launching the Galaxy S20 FE on pre-order terms. The smartphone will be delivered to early adopters on November 11, two days before sales officially start on November 13.

The Galaxy S20 FE in Brazil is offered with 128GB and 256GB of storage for 4,499 ($788) and 4,999 Brazilian Real ($876), respectively. Pre-order customers benefit from a 449 Brazilian Real discount on the full retail price, bringing it down to 4,049 and 4,499 Real, respectively, and customers who buy the Galaxy S20 FE and sign up on the Samsung Para Voce website between November 13 and December 4 will receive a voucher worth 700 Real ($112).

Six color options are available for both storage variants

Samsung took pride in the fact that the Galaxy S20 FE is as colorful as it is and pre-order customers in Brazil will be pleased to know that the full range of colors is available to them. Samsung really did get color availability right this time and the Galaxy S20 FE is offered in six color options for both the 128GB and 256GB variants. Options include navy, white, orange, mint, red, and lavender, all of which carry the Cloud prefix.

As of this writing, the Galaxy S20 FE in Brazil is available with LTE connectivity while the 5G variant is missing from the store. This means customers in Brazil will be getting the Galaxy S20 FE variant that’s powered by Samsung’s Exynos 990 chipset and not the Snapdragon 865 model. Even so, the phone remains a great value proposition. Check the links below for more details.

Galaxy S20 FE review

  • Pre-order the Galaxy S20 FE at Samsung Brazil

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