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Samsung Grows A-Series with Four New Models

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Mar 26, 2019, 9:56 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome
updated Mar 26, 2019, 11:03 PM

Updated: Fixed minor typo.

Samsung today published selected details of the new Galaxy A70, A40, A20, and A10 Android phones. These complement the Galaxy A30 and A50 the company announced a month ago. The A70 is the highest-end of the bunch. Although Samsung's A series is generally mid-range, the A10 is a decidedly entry-level model. It's not yet clear which models may come to the US, although the FCC has approved a version of the Galaxy A20 that's relatively friendly with the US networks. All of the new models have extra-tall displays with small centered notches and Android 9.0 (Pie).

An unannounced Galaxy A60 has also been approved by the FCC, although the approval reveals little about that model.

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Mark_S

Mar 26, 2019, 1:57 PM

A-Series

Will these models be available in the North American Market or just China and India that usually seems to be the case. Meaning just the J for Junk Series and the S for Super Expensive in the North American market. No M series as well for North America. Notice a trend? Either the Flagship or the Low-End phones for North America. No Mid-range selection at all.
Last year, the A6 came to basically all US carriers except Verizon. That was a good start.

This year, Samsung seems to be expanding and emphasizing the A-series far more than previous years, so I wouldn't be surprised to see two or three models mak...
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The article states A20 has US LTE friendly bands, so probably will be a replacement for A6
 
 
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