Samsung Galaxy A20s Passes Wi-Fi Certification, Might Go Official Soon


Earlier this week, Samsung introduced the Galaxy A10s, an ODEM device manufactured by Jiaxing Yongrui Electron Technology. Now, it appears the company may soon launch another new Galaxy A-series smartphone called the Galaxy A20s. The smartphone has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, which suggests it could be formally unveiled in the coming weeks.

Galaxy A20s Hardware Specs Still Remain a Mystery

The Wi-Fi Alliance has certified the SM-A207F/DS variant of the upcoming Galaxy A20s. Apart from the model number, the listing only confirms the phone will run on the Android 9.0 Pie operating system out of the box and support single-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.

While the hardware specs of the Galaxy A20s have not surfaced online yet, we can expect it to be slightly superior to the Galaxy A20 in some areas. The Galaxy A20 features a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with 720 x 1560 HD+ resolution and runs on a 14nm Exynos 7884 chipset. Similar to the Galaxy A10s, the Galaxy A20s may possibly run on a MediaTek chipset instead of the Exynos 7884.

Samsung Galaxy A20s WI-Fi Certification

In the memory department, Galaxy A20 (review) is available in a single variant with 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage, which can be further expanded by up to 1TB. The phone has a dual-camera setup on the back with a 13MP primary sensor and a 5MP ultra-wide lens. For selfies, the handset includes an 8MP snapper on the front. It is likely that the Galaxy A20s will be slightly more impressive than the Galaxy A20 in the camera department, at least on paper.

As we had reported in June, the Galaxy A20s will be making its way to the Indian market alongside the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A70s. The phone will be available in two colors – Black and Blue. As for pricing, we can expect the Galaxy A20s to be priced under INR 13,000 in India.