About Samsung Galaxy A20e - Review, Specs + more The Samsung Galaxy A20e is the most compact and at the same time almost the cheapest smartphone in the A-series, after the newly launched A10. This quirkly little almost-entry-level model features a dual camera a large battery, and a good price-performance ratio. (For anyone wondering, the A20e replaces the Galaxy J6, although you can still get deals on that model too). Samsung Galaxy A20e - quick facts LED display in video-friendly 19.5:9 format 13 megapixel main camera Optical fingerprint sensor on the back The Samsung Galaxy A20e combines essential features for everyday life, even if it is just a budget phone. There's no getting around the slightyl cheap and cheerful plastic casing, which weighs around 140g, but all of that is part of its appeal - it won't cost a fortune to replace. Under the bonnet This Android phone runs on the latest operating system 9.0 (Android Pie), meaning you can expect the latest system and security updates, as well as loads of up-to-date Android features. This phone also uses Samsung's customised interface One UI, which has been designed to provide the best possible user experience on the A20e. From better navigation to smarter notifications and an all-new Night Mode, One UI is Samsung at its very best. Galaxy A20e Display The compact 5.8-inch display, which fits easily into even the smallest pocket, is also likely going to be a big hit with its customers. As part of keeping that attractive entry-level price, Samsung dispenses with a high-contrast OLED display and instead uses a conventional LCD screen. Plus, it's the only A-Series model that does not feature Full HD+. According to this review on Mobiles.co.uk, the HD-Plus resolution offers you a somewhat less-than-brilliant and not quite as sharp image reproduction as the other devices of the Galaxy family. The front camera with 8 megapixel sensor is integrated in the notch located centrally on the upper edge of the display, so it's not breaking any design boundaries. Over on the (plastic) back, both the dual main camera and the optical fingerprint sensor are neatly packed into the casing. The camera module consists of a 13-megapixel main camera and an ultra wide-angle camera, which captures a field angle of 123 ° and has a slightly disappointing 5 megapixels. According to our reviewer, photos can show visible noise especially under dim ambient light, so if you're looking to take a lot of high-quality photos you'll want to consider perhaps something a bit more up-range such as the A70. Continuing this pattern over to the hardware area, the A20e model is somewhat restricted to the minimum that will allow it to get by. This includes an eight-core Exynos 7884B processor with 3GB of RAM - not really enough for many of today's apps and features, but given the power conumption that will come with those, this is understandable. Remember, you should practice patience with more complex applications on the A20e. Don't forget that the internal 32 GB memory can be expanded by up to 512 GB with the help of a microSD card. The battery promises to last pretty much for almost a week with infrequent use, with a capacity of 3000 mAh means an always-on life of about 15 hours. Thanks to the supplied Fast Charging Charger, the smartphone is quickly ready for use again. oneCOMPARE verdict If you're looking for a budget-friendly Android phone, and don't want to spend the extra money on features you probably won't need, then you can't go wrong with the Samsung Galaxy A20e - although you may find it a little underpowered, and if your budget can stretch to something like the Galaxy A50 then we'd highly recommend it. The cost difference is likely to be very minimal, per month.