Samsung S20 5G Vs S20 FE 5G

Which would you choose? Both are currently similar pricing on plans.

Is the 120hz screen worth the less battery?

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    They are both 120hz screens.

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      My bad. Read gsmarena wrong.

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    If they're both around the same price, go for the S20 5G, it's meant to be a premium smartphone, compared to the S20 FE which is a more mid high range.

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    Go for snapdragon.

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    https://www.tomsguide.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s20-fe-vs-gala...

    The Galaxy S20 FE is designed to offer all of the most important features that consumers care about when shopping for the best phone at an affordable price. This includes a big 6.5-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a powerful triple camera system along with a 32MP selfie shooter and a 4,500 mAh battery that's bigger than the one in the regular S20.

    On the other hand, the Galaxy S20 has a more premium design, double the RAM and a sharper screen. The S20 also features a more compact chassis if you prefer to use your phone with one hand.

    S20 FE vs S20

    Display 6.5 inches (2400 x 1800) 120Hz 6.2 inches (3200 x 1440)
    RAM 6GB 12GB
    Rear cameras 12MP main, 12MP ultrawide, 8MP telephoto (3x zoom) 12MP wide, 12MP ultra-wide, 64MP telephoto
    Front camera 32MP 10MP
    Battery 4,500 mAh 4,000 mAh

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      Im coming from a Note9 :( sad to see it go). The battery life would be the most important to me out of those features. Mmmm

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        On our web surfing battery test, the Galaxy 20 FE lasted 8 hours and 58 minutes over AT&T's network and 9:03 on Verizon. The Galaxy S20 surprisingly lasted a longer 9:31 over T-Mobile's network, but results can vary by carrier.

        Half an hour in it, and seems they didn't heavily test it, so YMMV

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          That's comparing the snapdragon S20 to the FE. In Australia we get the exynos based version of the S20 which has worse battery life (and worse performance).

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        Why would you go a plan tho? FE is only $799 currently

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          Business work phone, budge of up to $80/month, but $30 is the sim, so I am left with $50/month for phone (24 month contract) - Optus