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Samsung Galaxy A20 Review: Wide And Fast

Samsung Galaxy A20 Review: Wide And Fast


Samsung has no chill when it comes to developing and designing smartphones, the new Samsung Galaxy A20 is an upper mid-range phone released April 2019 and is creating waves across countries ever since, Although Samsung didn’t include Bixby and other features like the Super Slow-mo etc.

The Samsung Galaxy A20 mobile features and specifications are as follows:

Samsung Galaxy A20 full display

-Enhance your viewing experience with the
Next-Gen Super AMOLED 16.20cm (6.4″) HD
720 X 1560pixels
Infinity-V Display
3D Prism Design.


3GB/32GB Expandable up to 512GB


15W Fast Charging
USB Type C


Shoot more awesomeness wit the 123degree Ultra Wide lens.
Rear Camera:
13MP (F1.9) Low light
5MP (F2.2) Ultra Wide
Front Camera:
8MP (F2.0)


Gaming with the A20 has become much better and faster.
Exynos 7884
Octa-Core (2×1.6 GHz & 6×1.35GHz)


Android 9(Pie)
Samsung One UI


Loudspeaker (DOLBY ATMOS)
3.5mm jack with active noise cancellation and dedicated mic


Wifi 802.11, Wifi Direct Hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0
NFC (Market dependent)
FM Radio


Fingerprint (Rear Mounted)


Colour ( Red, Black, Deep Blue)
Models: SM-A205F

If you are looking for a gaming smartphone with wide display or a work phone with great speed and good camera and . This device serves all those features. Samsung keeps releasing flagships almost every year and they intend to keep the crown.

I personally use this device, it’s so fast with multitasking, streaming and gaming. Gaming on the A20 is so incredible, playing PUBG with the benchmark of 60 FPS.

Sincerely speaking, one of the features I really love is the DARK MODE. Your device automatically goes dark when it’s 7pm (Can be customized to your time and switched on and off manually).

Well, that’s all I have for you today.

Checkout: Samsung S9 release date spec plus price.

Marie Miguel Marie Miguel has been a writing and research expert for nearly a decade, covering a variety of health- related topics. Currently, she is contributing to the expansion and growth of a free online mental health resource with BetterHelp.com. With an interest and dedication to addressing stigmas associated with mental health, she continues to specifically target subjects related to anxiety and depression.


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