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Samsung to Sell New A-Series Phones Unlocked

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Sep 6, 2019, 8:00 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

The new Samsung Galaxy A50, A20, and A10e will be available unlocked from samsung.com and other US retail partners starting September 20th. Best Buy and Amazon are now accepting pre-orders for the unlocked A50. Best Buy customers can receive a savings of up to $150 with activation. Amazon customers can receive a free Galaxy Fit fitness tracker band. Samsung.com will accept pre-orders for the A50 "soon after", and Samsung is offering credit up to $300 for a trade-in phone. The unlocked A50 will sell for $350, the A20 for $250, and the A10e for $180.

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GravityFails

Sep 6, 2019, 8:32 PM

Universal?

I can't find any information about whether the unlocked A20 will be universally compatible with all U.S. networks. Does anyone here know if this will be the case?

I've already got an unlocked S9 on Verizon, but the A20 has caught my eye as a potentially intriguing back-up candidate.

Any info on this would be very much appreciated!
The short answer is yes. The US version of the A20 is the SM-A205U. It's the same hardware for Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and it fully supports all of those networks, including band 71, etc. That will certainly be the version that Samsung s...
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Mark_S

Sep 6, 2019, 10:54 AM

Excellent

I have an unlocked A20 with no bloatware. Best backup phone I've owned. Great that Samsung has begun with their lower and upper midrange line in the US market. Not everyone can afford the S flagship series. The M series is great as well. The J series.... Meh
 
 
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