New Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G Variant Gets WPC Certification, Reveals 4.4W Wireless Charging Support and Design

The new 4G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE has received the Wireless Power Consortium certification, which reveals its design and wireless charging speed.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G

Samsung is planning to launch a new smartphone under its Galaxy S21 series. The upcoming smartphone might be named Galaxy S20 FE. The phone has been subjected to various leaks in the past and it also made some appearances on different certification websites. Today, a new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE has appeared on the Wireless Power Consortium website, which provides us with more details about the upcoming smartphone. Let’s take a closer look at the WPC certification for the upcoming new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE.

New Samsung Galaxy S20 FE variant visits Wireless Power Consortium (WPC)

As seen in the Wireless Power Consortium certification website images, the new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE will come with the same look when compared with the other variants available in the market. The glasstic back will stay and we can see the blue color variant getting certified. We can, however, expect the new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE to come in the other funky colour variants as well.

The Wireless Power Consortium listing also reveals that the new 4G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE will feature a maximum fast charging wattage of 4.4 watts. The device is likely to feature 25W fast charging (wired) as well.

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The phone might come with an AMOLED display along with triple rear cameras, fast charging support, and more. One might also expect it to be power by either an Exynos chipset or a Qualcomm processor. That said, this is all we know about the upcoming Galaxy S20 FE 4G smartphone. But we will get to know more details about the upcoming smartphone in the coming days. Meanwhile, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.

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