Samsung’s Galaxy A 2020 series has been all over the news in the past few weeks. Today, we finally get an official confirmation coming directly from the Samsung Vietnam account.
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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.
Now, while the video does not reveal any name or specification, we can clearly the smartphones features a punch-hole design in the upper middle part of the display. This is a feature we’ve already seen in high-end phones from the Korean tech giant such as the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
That said, as the commercial suggests, we’re talking about an A series devices; thus no Note 10 new variant. What we could see instead is very likely the new Galaxy A11, A31 and A41.
A couple days back indeed, the three handsets have been registered for trademarks, but that’s pretty much everything we know. Aside from their model numbers: SM-A115F, SM-315F, SM-415F and the memory variants they’ll be available in: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Additionally there’s a chance Samsung could release the higher-end Samsung Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A91. These two handsets are more likely coming in spring of 2020 though, as we’ve previously seen in this article.
So, what are you guys most looking forward to see launched in the Samsung Galaxy A 2020 series? Let us know in the comments below!