Samsung’s onslaught of mid-range smartphones is far from over. The company is working on multiple Galaxy A series phones for 2020, but its 2019 launches aren’t done yet, either. Bluetooth certification has revealed that another ‘s’ variant of one of the 2019 Galaxy A smartphones is in the works. This time, it’s the Galaxy A20s, carrying model number SM-A207F.
It’s unknown what upgrades the A20s will offer over the Galaxy A20, but we can expect the dual rear camera to change to a triple camera setup, perhaps the same one found on the Galaxy A30. After all, with the Galaxy A30s getting the Galaxy A50’s rear camera setup, it wouldn’t be far-fetched to assume Samsung will do something similar for the Galaxy A20s. The 8MP front camera found on the Galaxy A20 could also get an upgrade, and perhaps more storage and RAM will also be offered (the A20 comes only in a 3GB+32GB configuration).
We can confirm that the A20s is being tested with Android 9 Pie, but everything else is a mystery for now. More information should surface online soon, however. With the Bluetooth certification a go, it shouldn’t be long before the Galaxy A20s gets spotted on benchmarks and other certification websites, like the Wi-Fi Alliance, revealing more details about the handset.