Samsung seems to be trying really hard to regain its ground in the budget smartphone segment. After the launch of the Galaxy M Series previously, Samsung has gone ahead and launched the Galaxy A20 at a budget price of Rs. 20,490/-. The Galaxy A20 is very much similar to its older brother Galaxy M20 in terms of design but there are differences inside.
The Galaxy A20 features a plastic body that is nothing to write home about but gives the device an extra layer of durability and it does not feel cheap as Galaxy M20. On the rear, you find the biometric sensor along with the dual cameras which are always welcome. The primary camera is a 13MP f/1.9 shooter and the secondary camera is a 5MP ultrawide sensor. According to the company, the camera is great performers in every scenario including low light scenes.
On the front of the Galaxy A20 is a FullView, Tear-Drop, 6.4-inches HD+ (720 x 1560 pixels, 19.5:9 aspect ratio) Super AMOLED Display, and an 8MP f/2.0 camera upfront. On the inside, the device packs Exynos 7884, CPU Octa-core (2×1.6 GHz & 6×1.35 GHz), chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage which is expandable up to 512GB.
Powering the Galaxy A20 is a 4000mAh battery which will surely get you through a day of use. The device runs on Andriod v9.0 Pie with One UI on top of it to get you those extra features. Other sensors like accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass are present on the device, and it is great to see the gyro sensor on a budget device from Samsung.