At Amazon, the bestsellers often feature mid-range smartphones. Currently, however, a Samsung smartphone has grabbed the throne, which does not belong to the entry-level or middle class. It is a high-end smartphone, which has become a real insider tip due to the massive drop in price.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE erobert Amazon

When the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (test) was presented in 2021, it was already clear to me that this smartphone would become a real insider tip when the price fell. And that’s exactly how it happened. You can currently get the Samsung cell phone with high-end equipment in the better 5G version with Qualcomm processor for a mere 359 euros (view at Amazon). It’s no wonder that the smartphone has climbed to number one among Amazon’s best-selling smartphones for this price.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE with 5G modem dominates the smartphone buyers at Amazon. (Image source: GIGA)

There, the Samsung cell phone is displacing the new iPhones, a cheap Xiaomi cell phone and also the Galaxy A22, which is otherwise often found in first place. That Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G is simply an unbeatable deal at the price of 359 euros. If you are currently looking for a cell phone that offers good performance, has a nice display, has good battery life and takes decent photos, then you have come to the right place and should not hesitate to buy it.

What makes the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE so interesting?

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE presented

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It’s basically the total package. At the price just called, there is currently simply no real alternative. At 359 euros, the top smartphone poaches in the price range of the Galaxy A53 (test), but does more. Especially since you do 5G model with a better Qualcomm processor. I tested the Exynos version and it was a bit weaker in terms of performance. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G is a real insider tip for a smartphone, which has rightly landed in first place on Amazon at a reasonable price. Strike while the price is still so low.

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