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Samsung Galaxy A20e certified, launch might be just around the corner

Samsung Galaxy A20 could get soon a sibling, Galaxy A20e spotted at Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG
Samsung Galaxy A20 could get soon a sibling
Recently introduced in Russia, the Samsung Galaxy A20 will apparently come to other regions with a few minor hardware changes and a slightly different name. Powered by a Samsung Exynos 7885 processor, the Galaxy A20e has been certified by both the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. This handset will probably launch globally on April 10.

Last week, the Samsung Galaxy A20 made its debut in Russia. Now, it looks like a slightly different variant will hit other markets as the Galaxy A20e. Since this handset has recently received its certifications, it is almost certain that Samsung will unveil it at the launch event confirmed for April 10.

The Samsung Galaxy A20e has visited the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG, but these certification authorities only revealed a few details. To be more specific, we now know for sure that this handset runs Android 9.0 Pie and comes with full support for the Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy standard. 

In addition to the above, last month's visit at Geekbench revealed that the Galaxy A20e sports an Exynos 7885 processor and 3 GB of memory. We can also assume that at least the display and the camera setup of the Galaxy A20 will not be changed, so the Galaxy A20e could feature the same 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-V display with 1,560 x 720 pixels, 8 MP selfie shooter, and 13 + 5 MP main camera setup.

These being said, we can only sit back and wait for the April 10 event. If the Galaxy A20e will be available in a limited area, it would not be surprising to see it launch before the end of the month.

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Codrut Nistor, 2019-03-25 (Update: 2019-04- 3)