The Samsung Galaxy A20s launches with triple cameras and a price tag of about US$170
Samsung has revealed details on a (nominally) new device, the Galaxy A20s. It is a distinctly low-tier phone, yet offers triple cameras and an Infinity-V notched display that makes it look more or less up to date in 2019. The OEM has gone with the relatively elderly Snapdragon 450 processor for this new addition to the growing Axxs sub-series, however.
The Galaxy A20s is now on sale in certain markets, Malaysia included (Samsung Galaxy A20 Unlocked on sale now at Amazon). Customers in this country have access to its 3GB of RAM/32GB fixed storage SKUs in Green, Red or Black. However, there are also 4GB/64GB units of this phone out there, along with Blue variants. As with many Samsung phones, the A20s' microSD card offers expansion to the tune of up to 512GB.
The Galaxy A20s has a slightly larger 6.5-inch screen than its A20 forebear. However, its resolution remains the same, which means these Super AMOLED displays will have fewer pixels per inch compared to the older phone. In better news, it ships with One UI based on Android Pie (9.0).