Samsung Galaxy A20 with waterdrop notch, dual cameras launched in India

Doris Richards
April 12, 2019

The LED flash powered dual camera setup with a 13-megapixel ultra wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel depth sensor is available on the rear of the phone. Bagging a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage space, the device has 4,500mAh battery (which is a serious upgrade over past Galaxy A series phones). It comes with a high-resolution front camera and a rear fingerprint sensor.

A new concept video from a 3D render has surfaced online showcasing the pop-up camera system on the Galaxy A90 from Samsung. Samsung had introduced the Galaxy A30, A50, and A70 thus far, so it's logical to assume that the A90 is coming next, not the A80. As per the official invite, the event is going to be live streamed, but Samsung hasn't said anything officially on which devices will launch. It also has a dual camera set up at the back with a 123° ultra-wide angle lens. This smartphone has been launched in three color options - Blue, Red and Black.

The A20 features a 6.4-inch HD+ (1560 x 720 pixels) Super AMOLED panel and has a waterdrop style notch on the top of the screen. The smartphone sports Infinity V display on the front along with glossy finish on the rear. The phone also runs on Android 9.0 (Pie) with Samsung One UI. Babbar went ahead to state, "Additionally, the massive battery with fast charging capability and USB Type C connectivity ensures that consumers can easily power through the day and night on Galaxy A20". The yet-to-be-announced Samsung smartphone will reportedly come with a ToF camera as well, and will also have support for 25W PD fast charging. Price and availability Samsung Galaxy A20 packs 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. Offering an unparalleled consumer experience, Galaxy A20 checks all the boxes, which a Gen Z consumer loves in a smartphone.

The phone will be up for grabs from Wednesday i.e. April 10 via Samsung e-Store and Samsung Opera House along with other e-commerce and retail stores.

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