Samsung Galaxy A20e hits FCC, might launch next week
The Samsung Galaxy A20e has no official launch date yet, but since it has just been spotted visiting the US certification authority FCC, it is very likely that this handset will be unveiled on April 10, as previously rumored.
Just as expected, the FCC filing for the SM-A202F/DS model of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A20e does not contain too many details, but at least it confirms the display size and battery name. While the resolution of the 5.84-inch display and the capacity of the EB-BA202ABU lithium polymer battery remain unknown for now, the FCC documents reveal the accurate size of the handset: 147.4 x 69.7 mm (roughly 5.8 x 2.74 inches).
According to previous leaks and rumors, the Galaxy A20e will have a full HD+ touchscreen and a battery with a capacity of just 3,000 mAh. The retail package is expected to include the EP-TA200 power adapter with 15 W fast charging support. Even more, the processor will probably be the Exynos 7884 or 7870, and the leaked renders show a dual-camera and a fingerprint reader on the back.
These being said, we should get ready for next week's launch, although we might also figure out that all those talking about April 10 as the Galaxy A20e's date of arrival were wrong, of course.