Here comes another addition to Samsungs new Galaxy A series.
The Galaxy A20 from Samsung is priced at RUB 13,990 (approx Rs. 15,000) and can be purchased in Russian Federation from Samsung brand stores along with the company's official online store as well as partner channels in the country.
When the Galaxy Fold was first unveiled alongside the Galaxy S10 series during Samsung's Unpacked event, the South Korean behemoth didn't let the press handle the phone, raising speculations that the company wants to keep some apparent flaws of the phone under the wraps before its released. Samsung Galaxy A20 is priced at Ruble 13,990 (approximately Rs 15,000) and is now available via online and offline stores in Russian Federation. Moreover, the smartphone features a 5.7-inch infinity U-display and rocks a USB-C port. The Galaxy A20 has been launched in Russian Federation alongside the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 models. The Exynos 7885 Octa-core chipset powers the smartphone with 64 GB of internal storage with 4 GB RAM on the base variant. However, its launch details across other regions are not yet available.
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Samsung Galaxy A20 comes with a dual camera setup on the back consisting of a 13MP primary sensor with an f/1.9 aperture paired with a 5MP secondary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture.
Around the front will be a 32MB selfie camera.
All we've really seen of the Galaxy Fold up to this point are carefully produced marketing videos from Samsung and shots of the phone from the MWC. The smartphone will offer a significant upgrade over their previous models and will display fingerprint sensors, rear mounted triple camera setups and a reverse wireless charging support.