Samsung has made the Galaxy A20s official today by way of an infographic posted on the Samsung Newsroom website. The A20s is both an upgrade and a downgrade over the Galaxy A20 – it brings a triple rear camera setup, a screen that’s 0.1-inch larger, and a higher storage and RAM configuration, but swaps the AMOLED display for an LCD panel and runs on the Snapdragon 625 chipset.
Samsung isn’t actually saying if the 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-V display is an AMOLED or LCD panel, so we’re simply assuming it’s the latter as even the Galaxy A10s comes with an LCD display. Under the hood, there’s an octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz – it should be the Snapdragon 625, as revealed by a benchmark listing for the device. This can also be considered a downgrade, because the Snapdragon 625 lacks any high-performance cores and is, therefore, not as powerful as the Exynos 7884 inside the Galaxy A20.
Other Galaxy A20s specs include a 4,000 mAh battery, 3GB/4GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of expandable storage, an 8MP front camera, and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner. The triple rear cameras include a 13MP primary lens, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. While the primary rear camera’s megapixel count remains the same as it was on the A20, it has received a small bump in aperture from F1.9 to F1.8 and should be slightly better in low-light conditions.
The Galaxy A20s will be sold in black, blue, green, and red color options. Samsung has not revealed any pricing or release date information.