SAMSUNG Galaxy S20 FE 5G Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone 128GB US Version Smartphone Pro-Grade Camera 30X Space Zoom Night Mode, Cloud White

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The best SAMSUNG Galaxy S20 FE 5G Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone 128GB US Version Smartphone Pro-Grade Camera 30X Space Zoom Night Mode, Cloud White For You in 2021

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SAMSUNG Galaxy S20 FE 5G Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone 128GB US Version Smartphone Pro-Grade Camera 30X Space Zoom Night Mode, Cloud White

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Features high-powered pro lenses for beautiful photographs in any light with 3X optical zoom.


Zoom in close from afar or magnify details of something nearby with the power of 30X Space Zoom.


Capture crisp images and vibrant videos with Night Mode and capture high-quality content in low light.


One tap of the screen captures multiple images and videos all at once.


Choose from six colorful hues in a sleek matte finish.

15 reviews for SAMSUNG Galaxy S20 FE 5G Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone 128GB US Version Smartphone Pro-Grade Camera 30X Space Zoom Night Mode, Cloud White

  1. Tyrone

    Performance = 9 / 10 – fast Snapdragon cpu but only only 6gb ramDisplay = 8.7 / 10 – 120ghz is great but screen is washed compared to s10/s20Batttery = 8.8 / 10 – all day batteryDesign = 8.7 / 10 – flat screen but bezels could be smallerCamera = 9 /10 – great main cameras – selfie camera is MEH and pics can be blurry on moving objectsFeatures = 9/10 – three years of software updates..5g…a lot of color options .. ip68 .. wireless charging .. dex

  2. Jake

    When I purchased this it was listed as 8gb of ram but the model I received is 6gb. That makes me feel lured into something I wasn’t expecting.The phone is a solid overall phone with premium performance for the price due to sacrificing the build quality by making the back plastic and the screen gorilla glass 3 instead of 6.Doesn’t matter to me as I wanted an unused device (battery) with a top notch processor for the smallest price point.I’m still slightly upset about not getting 8gb as was listed when I purchased which is why I didn’t rate 5/5.

  3. Jacob E

    Coming from a pixel 2 I expected more.Front camera is slow and very blurry in low-lightvibration intensity is pathetic, I keep missing’s obnoxiously largefingerprint scanner is inconsistent at best, even without any screen protection (if anyone had one in stock)Samsung’s version of android is garbage, I actually downgraded from Android 11 to 10battery life is better than my ancient phone.wifi6 is fast, about 300Mbps testedWifi6 Stats:Channel 40 (11ax)Signal 94% (-53 dBm)Rx Rate 960 MbpsTx Rate 648 MbpsPower Save Enabled5G is decent (LTE+ indicated at 100Mbps down, 4Mbps up, AT&T in Raleigh, NC)If you you like Samsung’s spin on android and large screens this is a great phone for you.

  4. Mr. Quality and Value

    The progression and evolution of Samsung has not gone the way I would’ve foreseen it. In the beginning when I first became a new fan, it was the Samsung S3. I’ve owned the S3, LG G3, S6 Edge, S7 Edge, S8, Note 8, S9, Note 9, S10 Plus, Note 10 Plus, S20 Plus, Note 20 Ultra, and now the S21 Ultra. What got me on Samsung? I felt Samsung actually listened to consumers and gave us the room to help with development. “The next best thing” It was a work in progress with every release and I felt like I was a part of it. I was also not an Apple fan with the limited custom features and controls. Fast forward to the S21 series. There’s a saying, you either die a hero, or live long enough to become the villain. It appears the entire time, Samsung was the villain in the making. We knew Samsung wanted to prove Apple wrong, but I didn’t realize Samsung wanted to actually become Apple. They mocked Apple only to follow Apple, what a bunch of hypocrites. The peak of Samsung when I felt it was the people’s company was the S10 plus. The S10+ offered it all, the little FanBoy items that made me feel life was good with Samsung: headphone jack, heart rate sensor, MST/NFC mobile payment technology, great screen, thin bezel, in screen fingerprint scanner, included AKG headphones, fast charger, and expanded storage. Do you remember? Then the slow decline: the Note10 Plus released with no headphone jack and the loss of MST mobile pay. Then the S20 Plus, no headphone jack, no MST, no heart rate sensor. And now, the S21 Ultra with no headphone jack, no MST, no heart rate sensor, no headphones, no fast charger and no expandable storage.What have we gain with the S21 Ultra? At a high cost, the screen is the best smartphone screen in the industry. Barnone with its 120hz refresh rate and adaptive resolution. The in-screen fingerprint scanner is upgraded, the camera is now among the best in a very crowded and competitive pool.After using the S21 Ultra for a few days, I was underwhelmed, coming from the S20 Plus. I found myself missing the S20 Plus, and more the S10 Plus, even with the new upgrades. I’ve lost enthusiasm and confidence in Samsung. The S21 Ultra’s weight and size is not for me, I found myself with hand fatigue and not really enjoying using the S21 Ultra. The SPen support is nice, but come on Samsung, this is a Galaxy S phone. The Note 20 Ultra is actually the better phone than the S21 Ultra if you want productivity and comfort.There’s no doubt the performance is noticeable particularly the high resolution and high refresh rate with the new Snapdragon 888, 12 gigs of memory and faster storage speeds. But was it an advancement worth upgrading to…my 100% sure answer, definitive no. There is a lacking of quality and value that I look for and want. And in a way, Samsung I have a feeling knows that. The pandemic and consumer behavior may have had something to do with it, but the S21 Ultra despite its advancements, left out too many great distinguishing Samsung features that defined a Samsung Galaxy S-series phone. The pre-order deal was so enticing to me, I jumped on it, with $700 of my old S20plus to trade up, and to also get $260 off of added buys – so I got the Buds Pro, S-pen, and a Samsung Case. But I’ve decided to keep my S20 Plus and paying the difference.What I plan to do now is keep the S21 Ultra as a backup phone and continue to use my S20 Plus and Notw 20 Ultra. Truth is I still have the S10 Plus and continue to be completely nostalgic about it — putting my sim card in it from time to time reminiscing how it could’ve been instead of where we are now in the Samsung Galaxy S Line Up.Imagine the S21 Ultra having these features: MTS/NFC payments, heart rate sensor, expandable storage, exceptional camera, best industry screen, IP68, Invictus protection, 120hz refresh rate with high resolution, 5000ma battery and everything else it has.That would be something amazing and exciting!!!If you still own the S10 Plus, keep it, if you own the S20 Plus, keep it. The S21 Ultra, in my humble opinion is Samsung reducing itself to become the villain. Don’t start another lease agreement, extend your contract, or get into another debt on the S21 Ultra. It’s harsh and it’s my opinion.Rumor is we may not see the next Note this year, which disturbs me even more….stay tuned. Samsung is trending toward Foldables, which I just don’t get.

  5. Mr. Quality and Value

    Is this the decline of Samsung? Likely not. But it is a slow decline of my loyalty and admiration for Samsung. As a techie enthusiast and a general user, like many others, I get excited each year over the prospect of the next great thing that will help me live my life and manage my day. Samsung has been a part of that center. But, IMHO, Samsung has slowly declined since the S10 Plus. “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” Harvey Dent, Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. Samsung embodies this. Originally touting itself as the anti-Apple and speaking to guys like me. My relationship with Samsung started with the S3. But I did switch to the LG G3 afterwards and skipped the S4 & S5, as I felt Samsung didn’t have all I needed. LG was the rebel underdog I had cheered for. I admired LG for it’s bold creative and innovative ideas every year, but they just didn’t execute and deliver — the price of LG was the failure to be practical. So, I slowly gravitated towards Samsung Galaxy, after the LG G3, (notable is the LG G3 was absolutely the best and legendary phone), I owned Samsung in this progression: Note 3, S3, Note 4, S6 Edge, Note 5, S7 Edge, S8, Note 8, S9, Note 9, S10 Plus, Note 10 Plus, S20 Plus, Note 20 Ultra, and now the S20 Ultra. Samsung was the company that I trusted each year to delivery “counter-Apple” features that consumers asked for and wanted, and set itself apart with Android customization, Headphone Jack, Expandable Storage, IR Blaster, Heart Rate Sensor, and MST Payments, just a few I LOVED about Samsung. In addition, the perk of Samsung was you always knew you would get the absolute best panels. What I long for was Samsung to fix their software shell, which they did with One UI. Then I had wanted them to fix their speaker game which they did with AKG tuning. They it was battery life, which One UI helped with and optimization as well as larger battery. It was looking good.The S10 Plus was the peak of Samsung and the slow decline since. The S10 Plus had still the headphone jack, MST payments, heart rate sensor. After the S10, I had hoped for better battery life, higher refresh rate, better button placement, improved in screen finger print scanner and keep everything else, earphone jack, MST payments, heart rate sensor. We thrived on mocking Apple having gotten rid of the headphone jack then. But then the slow decline of Samsung’s identity, and the shift.Note10Plus – the head phone jack disappeared. MST disappeared.S20 Plus/Note 120 Plus – the heart rate sensor disappearedS21 Ultra – the expandable storage is gone and also the charger and headphones.All those little things that made Samsung unique is now gone. They had become the villain.Is the S21 Ultra a great phone, compared to the competitors, absolutely yes, but at the cost of so many identifiable unique Samsung features that leave me no longer loyal to Samsung. This is a 180 strategic positioning of Samsung that leaves me open to other companies now. However, with the competition thinning, I hated to hear LG is no longer in the game. So, it leaves Apple, Motorola, OPPO, Xaomi, One Plus, and only a short list. I’m looking at switching to Apple, I can’t believe it.Should you buy the Samsung Ultra, upgrade, etc?If you already have an S10, S10 Plus, Note 10 Plus, S20 series, the answer is NO. Save your money, and consider your phone to still be very capable. In fact, if you can get the S10 Plus, S20 Plus, or Note 20 Ultra,I still kept my S10 Plus and S20 Plus and will continue to use it. I will keep my S21 Ultra, but only as a back up. That’s right! A brand new flagship, as a backup. The S21 Ultra is too big, bulky, and doesn’t deliver enough compared to either my S10 Plus or S20 plus. My daily driver is the S20 Plus. I do carry 2 phones, the S20 Plus and the Note 20 Ultra. Despite having dramatic nostalgia over what could’ve been, I long for the days of the S10 plus and dream of Samsung building up from that. Even the S20 lost the heart rate sensor and headphone jack, but it was negotiated with a great panel and high refresh rate at 120hz with great battery performance, good camera set up, one hand usability, 120hz panel, etc.. The S21 Ultra just doesn’t deliver enough, the battery life is great, but the usability doesn’t outpace the S20 Plus. Too many sacrifices plague the S21 Series. Going back to 2020, what the heck was up with the Note 20 basic model. And btw, I don’t care about the S-pen compatibility on the S21 Ultra. That’s what the Note series is for and btw, I hear Samsung might cancel the Note series, it appears Samsung is going through strategic shift to their foldables and other innovative screen form factors. Let’s see what the future holds. For the year 2021, it’s a disappointing January so far, and I DO NOT recommend the S21 Ultra. My best advice is the get the S10 Plus or S20 Plus. The S20 Ultra was and is still a fiasco.

  6. D J

    Received the phone today and upon opening it, they include the C cable but don’t give you the wall charger to plug it in. My old phone didn’t use a C cable so the charger won’t work with the new cable. The phone was over $1200 and they can’t give you a charger? Now I had to pay an additional $17 for one and I can’t use the phone I waited weeks for till the charger arrives next week. Good bye Samsung, nickel and dime someone else cause this will be my last purchase.

  7. Daryn E. Metzler

    I recently decided to purchase a phone through this 3rd party vendor for Amazon. I wouldn’t normally do this with such a large purchase price. With the problems finding Samsung ultra phones, I decided to give this a shot and hope it worked out. Well, I did order the Samsung 5g ultra with 256 gigs. What I received, was the 128 gig only after trying to do a transfer of my files from another phone warned me there wasn’t enough memory on the phone. Yes, I have allot on a phone and needed 256 at the minimum. Actually, I need a 512 but I digress as it’s know it’s next to impossible to find those. Anyway, this upset me in so many ways! How can a company that works with Amazon not go through rigorous quality control to insure mistakes like this don’t happen! This is a very expensive phone! The phone didn’t have any noticeable scratches and seemed to work fine, but the wrong memory size meant my money was now held up in a return process that different from normal returns. Meaning, you money is being tied up in a longer return process than normal. Still haven’t had any traceable return updates in a week! If this process takes any longer, I will be on the phone with my Credit Card company to report the deceptive trade practice of this company to start a stop payment. This is a 1 and done for me and will never purchase something like this again through this outfit! If others did better that’s good, but this was a terrible oversight that shouldn’t happen…

  8. Jesus Guerrero

    I’m a victim of fraud so make sure you check the phone before transferring all your data

  9. J. Benton

    Seemed like it hadn’t been used, and still had the plastic covering on it. Didn’t include the original box, but for a few hundred off the retail price for a like-brand new phone, it was worth it.As for the product itself, it’s the best phone I’ve ever used. Fingerprint sensor works great after you train it a bit.Battery life lasts all day with heavy usage, and when it does get low, you can use a PD (power delivery) 45W charger to charge it to full in less than an hour. Of course, it came with only a basic charger, so you’ll have to buy your own if you want fast charging.It’s also blazing fast. Never have problems with slowdown, and I love the 120Hz 1440p screen. I tried using my old Note 8, and it’s hard to go back to 60Hz.Cameras are great, too.Love this phone.

  10. Steven R.

    When Spectrum was not able to keep this particular smartphone in stock, and were not able to estimate when (or if) they would have 256gb S21 Ultra in stock, I was forced to consider an unlocked version. I am a camera person and knew full well that 128gb of ram is simply inadequate for my needs. I have come to rely on Amazon’s customer service and return policy. I figured I’d give their reconditioned product a try. After 2 weeks of use, I find my purchase to be quite adequate and will recommend purchasing Amazon reconditioned to anyone. Spectrum forced me into making an alternate decision; Amazon has made sure I’ll be back. On the topic of the S21 itself. I’m blown away. I typically am pleased with each new phone (except Motorola phones) but this phone exceeds my high expectations on every level. The two highest marks go to the spectacular camera(s) and the massive battery. The battery seldom reaches less than 50% charge with a full day’s moderate use. The battery management programs help as well. I don’t do any gaming so cannot comment. I can only imagine that it performs extremely well given the hardware. I’ll let the professional review writers tell the rest of the story. Oh, did I mention that the camera is fantastic and so easy (or complicated if you wish) to use. The face recognition and fingerprint reader works well enough. I think that my outdoor worn fingerprints make for a challenge for this phone and the face recognition was aittle hard for me to get right compared to my Pixel 4xl, but I like to have the option of using either to unlock my phone. I think that experience will smooth out these “wrinkles” and I do not blame the device. I plan to write an update for my experience with this phone and follow-up on the experience of buying “reconditioned “.

  11. Elizabeth Humphrey

    Exactly as described, really impressive seller communication and super fast shipping. 100% happy with this

  12. BWA Lee

    Great phone overall from the camera to display. Sad there’s no SD slot but not really that big a deal for. Hopefully it returns on the S22 models

  13. Ana Paniagua

    A pesar de que no viene en su caja original, viene muy bien cuidado como nuevo y aparte te incluye cargador y cable y lo mejor que llego mucho más antes de lo esperado!

  14. Kathy F.

    Considering the price and description, I thought the camera would be clearer and the battery would last longer. But they are acceptable.

  15. C. Manring

    First of all I just want to proclaim that “(Renewed)” in the item listing is analogous to refurbished in my finding; which is something I did not know when I purchased this phone and only found out later when I received the item, where I was provided a leaflet from Amazon talking about it. There is a top q&a I’m seeing which says “new phone” in it which I find very misleading, especially considering that the product description doesn’t list the item condition. I actually thought I was getting a new phone and that “renewed” implied some kind of service or Samsung model jargon. Still not a bad purchase price, however it definitely comes with refurbished issues I’m noticing.> Day 1, just had a system crash. Phone entirely blacked out and was unresponsive until using the volume+power key to force the reboot.> It ships with a 1.8 amp charger box. This phone has a crazy large battery and is rated for 2.7 amps. The other leaflet, from the seller, does note that the accessories may be generic but my question is why is it not at least full-power or even last-gen powerful? My U12+ had a 2.1 amp fast charger OEM. Also black phone, black charger box, white cable. ;The phone camera is great, as advertised.Fast as f, as advertised.No pre-loaded bloatware, you can pick your own at initialization with this phone where-even the T-mobile app is optional.Naked Android 11 is also decent. I was formerly accommodated to HTC Sense Android and thought stock was inferior, but it doesn’t feel awkward using this version.Overall I *am okay* with the purchase but I’m very inclined to return this if I experience any other issue. It has tarnished new phone day which is why this is getting 2-stars. Keep in mind this is a review on the refurbished phone listing and might not overall represent the S21 Ultra.

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