Samsung releases the Galaxy A20 and A20e in its home market under unusual new names
Samsung's Galaxy As are a new smartphone series for 2019. They supplant the older Galaxy J line, and offer low- to mid-range phones with appreciable specs, features or both. At the more economical end, the Galaxy A20 and its variant the A20e have Infinity-V (which is Samsung for notched) displays and a new market in which to be released: South Korea.
The Galaxy A20 is an Exynos 7884-powered device with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The A20e also has these specs, but has a 5.8-inch display whereas the A20 is a 6.4-inch device. Both of these panels are only HD+, although they are also both Samsung AMOLED.
Both devices will also be re-branded for sale in South Korea. In this country, sub-premium Galaxy phones tend to get product names that are actually names rather than numbers and letters. Accordingly, the Galaxy A20 becomes the Galaxy Wide 4 in its technical home country, whereas the A20e is reborn as the Galaxy Jean 2. The newly denim-themed phone will be sold at a price of 253,000 won (or about US$214) through the carrier KT.