“The Galaxy A20e is expected to be a toned-down variant of the Galaxy A20”
Samsung is all set to unveil its new Galaxy A series smartphones at an event on April 10th. The Galaxy A20e is expected to be among the most affordable offering among the upcoming Galaxy A series handsets. Ahead of the unveiling, the phone was recently certified by Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. Now, the smartphone has received yet another regulatory approval.
The Samsung Galaxy A20e has now received certification from the Federal Communications Commission. The handset has been certified under the model number SM-A202F, which is in line with the earlier certifications from Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. As per the documents in the listing, the device’s dimensions will include overall length and width of 147.4mm and 69.7mm respectively. The handset will have a 148.2mm or 5.84-inch screen size. Apart from the aforementioned information, the FCC certification hasn’t revealed anything about the handset’s features at the moment.
According to the earlier reports, the Samsung Galaxy A20e will be a slightly toned-down variant of the recently launched Galaxy A20. The phone is said to be powered by the Exynos 7884 processor, aided by 3GB of RAM. The handset is confirmed to come with Android 9.0 Pie, Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy, and dual-SIM slots. Recently leaked case renders of the phone suggested that it could have a waterdrop notch, dual primary cameras, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Only these details about the device are available at the moment.