We might see the unveiling of Samsung’s latest phone, the Samsung Galaxy A20e on the 10th of April. As of now, the latest news that surrounds the phone suggests that it has received FCC certification. The phone has also been spotted with model number SM-A20F/DS on the certifying website of authority.
The listing doesn’t actually give a substantial amount of detail with regards to the what we can expect from the phone. However, the listing has revealed that the phone will feature with a 5.8-inch display. And hence, with that in mind, we can indeed conclude that the display size for the phone will indeed be smaller than that of the Galaxy A20. It has also been confirmed that the phone will feature with a 3000mAh battery along with the fact that the phone will feature with a single band WiFi support. No other information over the device has been revealed.
Two months ago, back in February, the smartphone had also made an appearance on a Geekbench with an Exynos 7885 SoC, along with 3 gigs of RAM and Android Pie.
Just a few days ago, some of the cases render of the Galaxy A20e had also surfaced online. The case renders made way for the design of the device being revealed, as it will support a similar design to the Galaxy A20.
The previous rumors have stated that the phone will feature with a waterdrop notched display on the front of the phone, while the rear of the device will feature with a dial camera setup on the left corner. The dual cameras will indeed be accompanied by an LED flash.
There have also been confirmations that the phone will feature with an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner, while the volume rocker along with the power button will be placed on the right side of the device. On the bottom of the device, the renders have indeed confirmed there will feature the micro USB port along with the headphone jack.