As part of itâ€™s a series of smartphones, Samsung has launched Galaxy A20. However, it is currently available only in the Russian market. The Samsung Galaxy A50 and A30 are also said to have been launched along with the A20. The A20 is like a budget offering with medium specifications and features.
The display is 6.4-inch super AMOLED and the screen resolution 720x1560 pixels, which is basically a HD+ display. Samsung has opted for the Infinity V display design that it had demonstrated last year and the waterdrop notch can be seen on the front screen. The processor chosen for this mid-segment smartphone is the octa core Exynos 7884 Soc and offers a decent clocking speed. There is only one variant on offer with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. The microSD card slot however can add another 512GB to the storage. The OS is the latest Android Pie, version 9.0.
When it comes to the optics, the Samsung Galaxy A20 has two sensors in the rear and one in front. The rear dual setup has a 13MP camera and a 5MP camera and the front one is 8MP.
The phone has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. You will get the complete communications suite and sensors on board. The battery on this device is a huge 4000mAh.
Interestingly there is only information on this phone being released in Russia, as indicated above. The price at which it is being sold in that country is RUB 13,990. Though there is no indication of when the Samsung Galaxy A20 will reach the Indian market, the equivalent price could be around Rs 15,000 in India.
Samsung has enormous stakes in the Indian market and budget or mid-segment phones form an important part of its product mix in the Indian market. So, it wonâ€™t be long before the Samsung Galaxy A20 is sold in India too.