Samsung is bringing yet another mid-range device, Galaxy A20 in the Pakistani market. Seems like the South Korean smartphone giant is planning to keep the buzz alive by offering a new device in short intervals.
Galaxy A20 was released earlier this month in India and according to the Samsung’s official website will soon launch in Pakistan. It will be the fourth phone in the Galaxy A series that has made its debut in the country after Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50, and Galaxy A10.
The smartphone comes with 6.4 inches of display with 720 x 1560 pixels of screen resolution. It is powered by Exynos 7884 SoC, the same chipset that can be found in Galaxy A10.
Other specs include a 3GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a massive 4000mAh battery and a fingerprint reader at the back. In the camera department, we get the dual 13MP and 5MP lenses at the back while the front feature an 8MP camera for selfies.
It will be available in three color options, Red, Blue, and Black. We still have to know the price of the phone and the date of its official launch.
From the specs, we can see that Galaxy A20 will be another budget device by the company and as the Samsung J series has been scraped off by the company, both Galaxy A10 and A20 will help target people who are looking for pocket-friendly options.
With four phones in the series in Pakistan, we can expect Samsung to soon bring the recently launched premium mid-range devices, Galaxy A80 and Galaxy A70 in the country as well.