Galaxy A20 is featuring Android 9 Pie which can get an update to the next Android Q. The 4000 mAh battery supports an advanced 15W fast charging. It may take less than 2 hours to fully charge the device and a full charge may last about one and a half to two days for a modern day smartphone user. Exynos 7904 Octa chipset, 3 or 4 GB RAM and up to 1.8 GHz octa-core CPU, Mali G71 GPU are powering the phone. It is a fine performance setup for higher quality graphics tasks, smooth multitasking and any everyday usage.
There is a dual 16+5 MP back camera with a single 16 MP front camera. Both cameras can capture excellent shots in bright daylight conditions. Low light shots are fairly decent as well. There are 123°, ultra-wide mode, bokeh (DSLR mode), live focus etc. features in the camera. Both cameras can shoot Full HD videos and slow-motion recording is also supported. There is no video stabilization included.
6.4 inches Super AMOLED screen is one of its most attractive specs. It ensures excellent and clear viewing experience with vibrant colors. There is a 3rd generation Gorilla Glass protection for the display which is a fine advantage. Although the body is made of plastic, the back side looks shiny and premium with kind of a glass finish. The fingerprint option is on the back side of the gadget. There is USB Type-C, OTG support, face unlock and all usual necessary sensors included in Samsung Galaxy A20s. There is no notification light available in this phone, but the always-on screen feature is a similar alternative option.