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An affordable phone with a big screen and battery

Budget performance

The Galaxy A20 is an affordable smartphone that aims to be a ‘bang for the buck’ device. It’s not on par with a mid-range or flagship smartphone, but that’s to be expected for a handset that doesn’t have every new feature. It lacks the specs and features the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A70 are equipped with, yet can hold its own in some key areas.

The large 6.4-inch AMOLED is surrounded by slim bezels that aren’t usual for phones in this range. With a lower resolution (1560 x 720), the Galaxy A20 won’t match the video presentation of its siblings, but can still display solid colour reproduction. It can also get plenty bright enough for use in sunny conditions, while also going the opposite route when dark mode is set on the phone.

Samsung used an innovative material called 3D Glasstic on the rear, which is a specially-treated plastic blend that resembles true glass. It makes the phone less heavy in lieu of real glass, and still feels nice and sturdy when holding it in your hands.

With a modest 32GB of internal storage available, there is a memory card slot to expand that up to 512GB for the ultimate flexibility when additional space is required.

Dual camera setup

The Galaxy A20 has a dual lens rear camera array, starting with a 13-megapixel image sensor and f/1.9 aperture that acts as the primary shooter. The 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera can capture a scene at a 123-degree field of view to fit much more into each frame.

Some of Samsung’s quality camera software features are included in this affordable device to help improve image quality. Live Focus is available to add some pop to portrait photos by letting you control how much blur you want in the background. You can also shoot in HDR (high dynamic range) to help bring out more detail in shadows and highlights.

The 8-megapixel front-facing camera simplifies how you take a selfie, and includes a depth mode to add some blur behind you for a more artistic look. There is also face recognition through the camera as a security feature to streamline how and when you unlock your screen to get to a task.

Longer life per charge

The Galaxy A20 has a 4000mAh battery that is even more efficient in light of the modest specs it is powering. It can handle a full day of usage and leave life to spare before needing a recharge. This is a phone that doesn’t come with battery concerns as part of its usage patterns because it will stay on through various tasks, like streaming or social media, without losing power quickly.

This phone doesn’t support wireless charging, but can charge fairly quickly through the USB-C port with a 30-minute charge giving it 30 per cent power via the included 15W charger. And if you do run low for any reason, turn on Battery Saver mode to keep on ticking until you get a chance to plug in.

An affordable phone with a big screen and battery

Budget performance

The Galaxy A20 is an affordable smartphone that aims to be a ‘bang for the buck’ device. It’s not on par with a mid-range or flagship smartphone, but that’s to be expected for a handset that doesn’t have every new feature. It lacks the specs and features the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A70 are equipped with, yet can hold its own in some key areas.

The large 6.4-inch AMOLED is surrounded by slim bezels that aren’t usual for phones in this range. With a lower resolution (1560 x 720), the Galaxy A20 won’t match the video presentation of its siblings, but can still display solid colour reproduction. It can also get plenty bright enough for use in sunny conditions, while also going the opposite route when dark mode is set on the phone.

Samsung used an innovative material called 3D Glasstic on the rear, which is a specially-treated plastic blend that resembles true glass. It makes the phone less heavy in lieu of real glass, and still feels nice and sturdy when holding it in your hands.

With a modest 32GB of internal storage available, there is a memory card slot to expand that up to 512GB for the ultimate flexibility when additional space is required.

Dual camera setup

The Galaxy A20 has a dual lens rear camera array, starting with a 13-megapixel image sensor and f/1.9 aperture that acts as the primary shooter. The 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera can capture a scene at a 123-degree field of view to fit much more into each frame.

Some of Samsung’s quality camera software features are included in this affordable device to help improve image quality. Live Focus is available to add some pop to portrait photos by letting you control how much blur you want in the background. You can also shoot in HDR (high dynamic range) to help bring out more detail in shadows and highlights.

The 8-megapixel front-facing camera simplifies how you take a selfie, and includes a depth mode to add some blur behind you for a more artistic look. There is also face recognition through the camera as a security feature to streamline how and when you unlock your screen to get to a task.

Longer life per charge

The Galaxy A20 has a 4000mAh battery that is even more efficient in light of the modest specs it is powering. It can handle a full day of usage and leave life to spare before needing a recharge. This is a phone that doesn’t come with battery concerns as part of its usage patterns because it will stay on through various tasks, like streaming or social media, without losing power quickly.

This phone doesn’t support wireless charging, but can charge fairly quickly through the USB-C port with a 30-minute charge giving it 30 per cent power via the included 15W charger. And if you do run low for any reason, turn on Battery Saver mode to keep on ticking until you get a chance to plug in.