The Samsung Galaxy A10e and Galaxy A20 are expected to be available for purchase in the United States through the biggest telecom company in the country, Verizon Wireless.
According to WinFuture’s Roland Quandt (via Sammobile), the South Korean conglomerate will launch the A10e and A20 in the U.S. for $179 and $249, respectively. Quandt hasn’t revealed an exact timeline, but it shouldn’t be long considering how desperate Samsung is to capture the mid-range market in the States.
Last month, Samsung revealed that it will launch the Galaxy A10e, A20, and A50 in the United States. Verizon has already started selling the A50, so, the launch of the other two devices should be around the corner.
Boost Mobile and AT&T have already launched A10e, so, Verizon will be desperate to make the announcement as soon as possible.
Both A10e and A20 fall in the budget segment, offering 720p displays, 32GB of in-built storage, and the Exynos 7884/Exynos 7884B processors, with A20 sporting an additional dual-camera setup and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.