Samsung has always been Known for Poor Mid-Range and Budget Smartphones, They were used to lack everything. But it seems that Samsung has Focused More on its budget phone with their M Series.
Where M stands for Millenials.
However, Samsung has also launched another A Series Smartphone calling Samsung Galaxy A20 which directly competes not only with Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro but also with Samsung’s own Galaxy M20.
So Does it worth to drop the idea of Getting Note 7 Pro and M20 for A20?
Samsung Galaxy A20 comes with an Exynos 7884 SoC which is an Octa-Core Processor clocked at 1.6Ghz coupled with 3GB of Ram and 32GB of Internal storage.
The Device will be running on Android 9.0 Pie with One UI on top.
And all of This is Powered by a 4000mAh battery with fast charging supported at 15W.
On the front, A20 shines off 6.4-inch 19.5:9 AMOLED Display when Looked First.
Though you may notice it not to be Sharp enough considering it to be an HD+ Display with 268 PPI which is Much Less than the Industry standard 401 PPI and FHD+ Display in this Price Segment.
Selfie Camera is set to be an 8-Megapixel Shooter with f/2.0 Aperture inside a Dew Drop Type Notch.
Whereas on the back, the device is completely made up of Plastic, Looks Cheap and a Fingerprint sensor placed on Uncomfortable Position.
There is a Vertical Dual camera setup at the Back consisting of a 13-Megapixel Primary Shooter with f/1.9 Aperture and another 5-Megapixel Wide Angle Lens with an Aperture of f/2.2 aperture.
As of now, Redmi Note 7 Pro is the true competitor of Samsung Galaxy A20 which offers a Much better Camera, Design, processor and Sharp Display.
The Only thing where Samsung Galaxy A20 wins over any other smartphone is AMOLED Display and Wide Angle Camera.
Apart from that, it has nothing to defeat Redmi Note 7 Pro which offers even More Ram and Internal Storage.
Moreover, Realme 3 Pro is set to be launched on 22nd Of April and It is considered to be more Powerful and better than Redmi Note 7 Pro.