Samsung keeps introducing new low-budget smartphones with it’s A series. The latest entry to the series is Galaxy A20e which looks similar to Galaxy A40. It has the same 5.8-inch display and narrow bezels. The phone is made of plastic but feels good in the hands. All physical buttons are placed on the right side and pretty accessible. It has the fingerprint scanner on the back side, the front camera is in the notch in the center of the display. Overall, the Galaxy A20e looks classy and feels premium. It comes with 3GB RAM and Samsung’s Exynos 7884 processor. It is fast enough for daily tasks but not good if you play video games on your mobile.
To add an extra layer of the security, Samsung Galaxy A20e offers facial recognition. However, this won’t work in places with low light. Stick with the fingerprint sensor and it provides solid security. The device runs Android 9 Pie out of the box, with all the One UI glory that most recent Galaxy devices now run. The A20e has many themes to choose from, a night mode, a secure folder to keep your files, Samsung pass, the one-handed optimization for Samsung’ s own apps and interface.
The device is powered by a 3000mAh battery which is slightly less than A40’s 3100mAh battery. But due to its high-power-consuming processor, the Galaxy A20e doesn’t perform well in the battery area. The only thing that might help Galaxy A20e to last longer is its low display resolution. Overall this isn’t a phone to impress, but the device will get you through the heavy workload of everyday life without any problem, and even if it consumes battery, there is fast charging to help us. It has a dual camera on the rear side with 13MP and 5MP ultra-wide camera lens. The front camera has only 8MP lens for selfie pictures. The Galaxy A20e is pretty decent but still, we will prefer Galaxy A40 over A20e if the price is the main concern for you.