Samsung Galaxy A20 Gets Price Cut Online, Intensifies Mid-Range Smartphones Battle In India 

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The Samsung Galaxy A20 that comes with the Infinity-V display has now received a price cut and available at reduced prices.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Samsung Galaxy A20 that comes with the Infinity-V display has now received a price cut and available at reduced prices, to buy. This is the 32GB internal storage edition that comes with 3GB RAM.  

The new price of the Samsung Galaxy A20 is Rs 11490 and it is applicable on e-tailer Flipkart. This edition also has the Blue outer colour. Prior to the latest price cut, the Galaxy A20 cost Rs 12900 to buy. This is significant considering the cut-throat competition in the mid-range smartphones segment in India. The Galaxy A20 is a true mid-range smartphone that runs Android 9.0 (Pie) out of the box and is driven by a 4000mAh battery that should get charged comparatively rapidly via the 15W fast charging feature.  

Other key technical specifications of this handset include: 

  • 6.4-inch Infinity-V display 
  • Android 9.0 (Pie) operating platform directly 
  • Exynos 7884 octa-core SoC 
  • 13MP + 5MP dual rear cameras 
  • 8MP front camera 
  • 3GB RAM 
  • 32GB internal storage 
  • MicroSD card for expanding internal storage up to 512GB 
  • LTE, HSPA, Bluetooth, USB connectivity 
  • 4000 mAH battery with 15W fast charging capabilities 

In related news, the Oppo A3s which is also a mid-range phone has witnessed a 4GB RAM variant added to its existing line-up of 2GB and 3GB RAM editions. Pricing of the new edition lies in the Rs 11000 price range that still makes it affordable to buy. 

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