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Samsung Galaxy A20e: Reviewed just in time for Black Friday!

Digi Helpdesk is here to review the Samsung Galaxy A20e for all you UK Samsung fans before Black Friday on November 29th 2019.

Having arrived in the UK in early April, this phone has scored many popular reviews and proved a hit with customers.

This model of the Galaxy has many things to like about it and very few drawbacks as is common with this line of phones.

The Samsung Galaxy A20e was announced in 2019 alongside the A40 and A80 Galaxy phones in the budget category for Samsung.

The new Samsung phone is set to hit the shelves on November 27th 2019, so read on to find out the things we love and the things we don’t with this new offering from Samsung!

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What we like about the Samsung Galaxy A20e

Of all the phones announced from Samsung in 2019, the A20e has the smallest screen at just 5.8 inches. This could seem like a negative at first, but the Galaxy A20e is the perfect size to fit in your pocket or palm of your hand.

Given that it’s a budget phone, you can’t expect much in the way of features but it does have a 13-megapixel rear-view camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera so you can capture every moment.

A rear-mounted fingerprint sensor allows you to unlock your phone quickly and keep it secure.

The device comes with a super-fast charger and in terms of its battery life, you’ll rarely have to worry about the battery running out when you need it most.

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What we don’t like about the Samsung Galaxy A20e

If you’re looking for a phone with the capacity to run demanding games – be warned – this is probably not the phone for you.

As mentioned before, this is a budget handset and Samsung has clearly cut some of their costs by lowering the power of the processor – so don’t expect amazing graphics capabilities.

In some areas, this phone just seems like a rerun of the other Galaxy models with many of the same things featured that you’d find on all the other Samsung Galaxy variations.

For the price, you’re getting a quality budget phone but with some minor limitations.

What else is on the market?

If you’d like to explore some other options other than the A20e, here are some other phones for a similar price that you may be interested in.

Another Samsung offering is the A40 for roughly £50 more which gets you slightly better processor performance.

Huawei offers the very affordable Huawei P Smart which has one of the best cameras of all budget phones.

We also rate an offering from HONOR – the 10 Lite – which retails for around ¬£150. The brand isn’t as well known but they produce excellent quality handsets.