SAMSUNG Galaxy A20s:
13MP (F1.8) / 8MP / 5MP Triple Rear Camera
15W Fast Charging with USB Type C
Stylish Slim Design (8mm)
CPU Speed 1.8GHz
CPU Type Octa-Core
Size (Main_Display) 16.49cm (6.5″) full rectangle
16.16cm (6.4″) rounded corners
Resolution (Main Display)—————————————————– 720 x 1560 (HD+)
Rear Camera – —————————————————————–Resolution (Multiple) 13.0 MP + 8.0 MP + 5.0 MP
Front Camera – —————————————————————-Resolution 8.0 MP
RAM_Size (GB)—————————————————————– 4 GB
ROM Size (GB) —————————————————————–64GB
External Memory Support MicroSD—————————————— (Up to 512GB)
Price and availability:
We reviewed a version of the Galaxy A20 tied to Metro by T-Mobile, which sells the phone for $239. Under a current promotion, you can get the phone for free when you switch your wireless service to the T-Mobile-owned discount carrier and bring over your phone number. T-Mobile also sells the Galaxy A20 for $250, or you can buy the phone in monthly installments of $10 paid out over 24 months. Boost Mobile sells Samsung’s budget phone as well; normally $229, the phone is on sale for $199 as of this writing. Verizon ($249) and Sprint ($312) offer the phone, too.
The black-finish A20 comes in one configuration: 32GB of onboard storage and 3GB of RAM. You can boost storage to up to 512GB with a microSD
Samsung’s budget phones are finally worth your attention. While the company’s previous low-cost handsets provided an example of “you get what you pay for,” recent models, like the Galaxy A50 and now the Galaxy A20, adopt some of the features found in Samsung’s pricier devices. But these features now appear in a more affordable package.
As the Galaxy A20 shows, you still make some trade-offs in performance, design and screen quality. But Samsung’s latest budget phone also takes good photos and packs a long-lasting battery, making this device an intriguing option for budget-minded shoppers.