We may earn a commission if you make a purchase from the links on this page.
Released more than a year ago, the so-called Fan Edition of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 flagship almost instantaneously became a huge box-office hit at a fairly reasonable list price of $700 and up.
Despite its now-advanced age, the 6.5-inch Snapdragon 865 powerhouse remains a very appealing phone for hardcore Samsung fans unable to afford a Galaxy S21-series flagship, for instance, helped by the many delays of the S21 FE 5G.
Of course, you can spend even less on a fully unlocked model with 128 gigs of internal storage space and a 6GB RAM count, although you will have to settle for a refurbished unit in a Cloud Navy hue if you want to save a whopping 146 bucks on top of the already substantial $175 aforementioned discount.
Yes, ladies and gents, Woot has Galaxy S20 FE 5G refurbs on sale at the time of this writing for as little as $378.99 apiece with a “moderate level of wear & tear”, as well as a 4,500mAh battery tested to function at “minimum” 80 percent capacity and otherwise “full working condition” guaranteed.
Said ultra-affordable units are covered by a 90-day warranty provided by the Amazon-owned e-tailer, which is obviously the same for lavender, orange, and red color options currently fetching anywhere between $403.99 and $418.99.
If you don’t mind the inherent risks and inconveniences of buying a refurbished handset, this bad boy is without a doubt one of the best phones under $400 out there, sporting a silky smooth 120Hz Super AMOLED display and a more than reasonably versatile and capable triple rear-facing camera system composed of 12, 8, and 12MP imaging sensors.