Samsung Galaxy A20 Variant (SM-A202F) Benchmarked with 3GB RAM, Exynos 7885 and Android 9 Pie OS


In a new Geekbench listing spotted today, Samsung Galaxy A20 with model number SM-A202F was found running Exynos 7885 processor and 3GB RAM.

A few weeks ago, we spotted another variant of Samsung Galaxy A20 on Geekbench recently with the model number SM-A205FN. Both the A20 variant phones are definitely in the making and are among the nine 2019 Galaxy-A phones to be released this yer.

Both SM-A205F and SM-A202F are powered by the same processor Exynos 7885. Both phones come with 3 GB RAM and Android 9 Pie operating system.

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However, the Geekbench scores for SM-A202F are slightly higher than SM-A205F which indicates better performance in SM-A202F. The single and multi core scores of SM-A202F are 1211 and 3714 whereas the scores for SM-A205F are 1099 and 3546 respectively.

Last week, we found the Android Go variant of Samsung Galaxy A20 on Geekbench with the model number SM-A260F. This phone will be powered by Exynos 7870, have 1GB RAM and will ship with Android Oreo 8.1 out of the box.

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The other phones in the A-series lineup include Galaxy A10 (SM-A105), Galaxy A30 (SM-A305), Galaxy A40 (SM-A405), Galaxy A50 (SM-A505), Galaxy A70 (SM-A705) and Galaxy A90 (SM-A905). We know the processor information, RAM and OS version in most of these phones, thanks to the different Geekbench listings. However, we know nothing about Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A90 because these two phones haven’t appeared so far in the benchmarking website.

Not all phones will be released in all markets but most of these phones are expected to be released in Asian countries. Samsung is expected to compete with Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Huawei and Oppo by releasing these phones at affordable pricing range and grabbing some of its lost market share.

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