+ Monday December 9th, 2019

Samsung has continued its push into every smartphone tier, with the company launching its Galaxy A20 mid range smartphone device through Telstra Pre-Paid for $229.

The Galaxy A20, part of its new mid-range smartphone brand, has launched on the Telstra pre-paid network and comes with the blue tick for coverage in rural and regional areas of Australia. It’s not just great at coverage; the Galaxy A20 has some great specs on offer for the price:

Key Specifications:Samsung Galaxy A20 4G
Release dateMarch 2019
Screen size6.4-inch
Screen technologySuper AMOLED Infinity-V Cut
Resolution720 x 1,560
Rear camera
  • 13MP
  • 5MP
Front camera8MP
ChipsetExynos 7884
Core config8 x 1.6GHz
MicroSDYes, up to 256GB
Battery4,000 mAh
Battery removable
Headphone Port
Headphone Location
Speaker Configuration
Android OSAndroid 9.0
Vendor skinOne UI
Dimensions158.4 x 74.7 x 7.8 mm

The Samsung Galaxy A20 is now available through the Telstra Pre-Paid website or through your local Telstra store for $229.

Please note, unlocking fee will apply should you wish to unlock this device to use on another network and you can find out more about Telstra’s unlocking fees here.

Source: Telstra Pre-Paid.

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Will Tel$tra be offering any other better spec A-series phones?

Paul Warner
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Just a quick question to you guys in Ozz. Do you use Band 28 LTE?? Reason I ask is that I get emails from DSE advertizing some real cheap priced phones but when I look at the specs no band 28. TIA


Yes, Australia uses Band 28. Be aware that DSE may be offering phones not originally intended for the Australian market (grey imports) and they also can’t be bothered including all of the specs because it takes time and costs money.

Paul Warner
Ausdroid Reader

Thanx for the answer. I suspected it as much..

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