Samsung to unveil its Galaxy A 2020 series next week

Alonzo Simpson
December 3, 2019

Through a promotional video, the Youtube account of the Asian Samsung division did indeed confirm the Samsung Galaxy A 2020 series is coming on December 12th. The camera module on the back of the device is almost identical to the one on the S11 series and the centered punch-hole camera on the front is lifted right from the Galaxy Note 10 (and will also likely be on the S11 series). Among the upcoming Galaxy A-lineup phones, the Galaxy A91 is expected to arrive with flagship specs and still carry an affordable price tag like the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G. Renders of these two phones, with similar design and an L-shaped quad-camera setup on the back, were spotted recently.

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Beyond the ads, however, there's no details about the phone's hardware, not even its chipset. According to a tweet by noted tipster Evan Blass, the upcoming wireless earphones from Samsung are going to be called Galaxy Buds+. The key highlight of the S11 series reportedly will be the 108MP primary rear camera. A rectangular camera can be seen in both images which indicates that the Galaxy A91 will be equipped with a periscope lens. The South Korean giant's popular stylus will apparently come in blue if the Aura Glow version of the phone is purchased and red or black if these variants are acquired. The handset measures 162.4 x 75.6 x 8.1mm.

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