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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE at MediaMarkt and Saturn with double discount

Last updated on March 9, 2021

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Samsung has just launched the Galaxy S20 FE, MediaMarkt and Saturn are offering it at double discount as part of the Singles Day. Instead of the usual eleven percent less you get an additional four percent discount on the Samsung. GIGA has the details for you.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE cheap on offer

<The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE with an introductory price of 633 euros is already very affordable for a high-end smartphone, but the price will be reduced just a few weeks after the market launch at MediaMarkt and Saturn as part of Singles Day. Thus one must for the mobile phone by the double discount only pay 517.65 euros. Normally you have to pay over 570 Euro in the price comparison. To get the discount you have to pay ClubCard member of MediaMarkt or be Saturn. Then the discount will be deducted directly in the shopping cart.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE: The smartphone secret tip?

With the Galaxy S20 FE, Samsung has actually launched a top smartphone that focuses on the most important features and can therefore be sold at a lower price. There is a flat display, chic design, a good triple camera, high performance, a 120 Hertz display and long battery life. Moreover, you get long Android updates and you’ll be provided with them for years. In the test of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE the phone could convince. The plastic back alone is a mistake in this price range
<For whom is it worthwhile to buy the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE?

In the end, for all those who wanted a high-end smartphone with a flat display from Samsung again, where you don’t have to make any big compromises. The smartphone is compact, beautiful and fast. It offers long battery life and a great camera. Especially the 120 hertz display stands out in the price range, which makes the phone from Samsung a real value for money tip. If you don’t want a Chinese mobile phone, take a look here.

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