The Korean mobile manufacturer may officially launch the Samsung Galaxy A20e next week on April 10. The device has received FCC certification. It was spotted with model number SM-A202F/DS on the certifying website of authority.
Samsung Galaxy A20e Receives FCC Certification
The FCC listing didn’t give many details about the Galaxy A20e, but it has revealed that the smartphone is going to appear with a 5.8-inch screen. So the screen size is smaller than the Samsung Galaxy A20. This has also given the confirmation that the powerhouse of Galaxy A20e will be fueled by a 3,000 mAh battery. The FCC listing has also revealed that the device is coming with a single band Wi-Fi support. Other than that there is no information about the Galaxy A20e.
Back in February, the smartphone appeared on a Geekbench with an Exynos 7885 SoC, 3GB RAM, and Android Pie.
A few days ago, some of the cases render of the Samsung Galaxy A20e has also surfaced online. This case renders revealed that alleged A20e will be similar to the design of A20.
According to previous rumors, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A20e will come with a waterdrop notch display on the front with a dual camera setup located on the rear in the left corner. These dual cameras will be accompanied by an LED flash.
It has also been rumored that the phone will come with an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner and will sport the volume rocker along with power button on the right. The renders also showed that the micro USB port and headphone jack will be placed on the bottom.