Samsung Galaxy A (2020) series will be unveiled on December 12

Joanna Estrada
December 3, 2019

Now, in the spirit of keeping the momentum going, a leak detailing the launch date of the Galaxy A 2020 series of smartphones has emerged. Naturally, it was assumed that the company would refresh the lineup in February 2020.

South Korean smartphone maker, Samsung, has started teasing the next-gen Galaxy A 2020 series.

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. In addition to the poster, Galaxy Mobile was also kind enough to follow up the leak with a planned video advertisement for the phone. What we could see instead is very likely the new Galaxy A11, A31 and A41. Compared to the 6.4-inch notched panel that's included on the Galaxy 150, this new 6.5-inch implementation sports slimmer bezels and a drastically smaller chin. The back of the device will reportedly feature an L-shaped quad-camera camera array. It should house four cameras including an ultra-wide-angle shooter, a depth sensor, and a new 2x telephoto zoom shooter to accompany the main 32-megapixel sensor that's expected.

Other rumored specs include: 4GB RAM, the Exynos 9611 SoC, 4,000mAh battery, and 64/128GB storage variants.

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