The Galaxy A20 from Samsung is priced at RUB 13,990 (approx Rs. 15,000) and can be purchased in Russian Federation from Samsung brand stores along with the company's official online store as well as partner channels in the country.
Samsung has launched a new mid-range smartphone Galaxy A20 in Russian Federation. The Galaxy A10 was launched along with the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 last month. It is available for purchase from various retail centres and Samsung's official online store in Russian Federation. Samsung Galaxy A40 may be powered by company's own octa-core Exynos 7885 processor under the hood. However, its launch details across other regions are not yet available. "According to the article accompanying the leaked renders, the Galaxy A40 would come in with a 5.7" display, which is a little odd since the A30 and A50 come with 6.4" FHD+ S-AMOLED displays.
On the camera front, the device comes with a dual camera setup on the rear with on 13MP sensor with f/1.9 aperture and a secondary 5MP camera with f/2.2 aperture size.
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There are two cameras on the back, but the exact implementation is yet to be known, considering the recent trend, the device is most likely to come with a standard RGB sensor and a super wide angle lens, similar to the Samsung Galaxy M20.
Samsung Galaxy A40 has popped up online in a fresh set of leaked renders, which have revealed the phone's design as well as colour options.
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