Samsung is on a roll after releasing to the public its Galaxy M and Galaxy A series. Furthermore, the Galaxy A50 is at the center of the company’s effort to make its mid-range devices competitive. By far, it’s the best mid-range phone of the company. But amidst its early success, Samsung seems to be introducing another one for the consumers, the cheaper Galaxy A20e. After receiving its FCC certification, its official launch is imminent.
Galaxy A20 vs A20e
The Samsung Galaxy A20 was released in Russia recently with an official price of $210. If that’s any indication, the Galaxy A20e could be priced around $180 or ~ Php9k. With that said, let’s go over its revealed specs.
From 4000mAh battery on the Galaxy A20, we are seeing a significant downgrade to 3000mAH. However, the performance on the A20e looks to be with no compromise, as it will sport the Exynos 7885 SoC paired with 3GB RAM while running One UI (based on Android 9.0 Pie). Additionally, the Galaxy A20e will have a smaller footprint due to its 5.8-inch display. Aside from that, we have the same design look with a capacitive fingerprint scanner on the back.
The Samsung Galaxy A20e is expected to be officially released on April 10. Looks like the company is on full throttle with its Galaxy A series. You can check out the full list of it here.
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Samsung Galaxy A20e specs, price, availability in the Philippines
- Display: 5.8-inch HD+ Super AMOLED
- Design: Gorilla Glass and polycarbonate frame featuring “Glasstic” design
- CPU: Exynos 7885 octa-core processor
- RAM: 3GB
- Memory: 32GB expandable with microSD up to 500GB (est.)???
- Camera: dual-camera
- Selfie: single front-facing, Face Unlock, AI features
- Connectivity: 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi b/g/n, GPS
- Security: Fingerprint sensor embedded at the back
- Battery: 3000mAH
- OS: Android 9.0 Pie, OneUI
- Colors: Black
- Price: estimated at P9,990 pesos in the Philippines
- Release date: April to May 2019 Philippines availability