Samsung has already released the Galaxy A10, A30 and A50 in India, but the company has a few more Galaxy A-series phones in the works and we have been hearing about some of the them over the past few weeks. Notably, the Galaxy A40 and A90 have been spoken about in the past, and Samsung may have just confirmed their existence after briefly listing them on its UK website. Additionally, a Galaxy A20e was also spotted, which seems to be a region-specific version of the Galaxy A20.
The Galaxy A90, A40 and A20e landing pages were spotted by GalaxyClub. The pages, however, were empty and devoid of any information about the devices, so there isn’t much to go on. But the listing does seem to confirm that these Galaxy A-series phones may launch soon in the UK. Moreover, it also suggests that the Galaxy A90 will not be a China-only model, as was previously rumoured.
The Galaxy A20e may be a variant of the A20 with downgraded specs. The Galaxy A20 has been briefly rumoured in the past as an affordable smartphone that may come with an Exynos 7885 chipset paired with 3GB of RAM and a 4,000mAh or lower capacity battery. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A40 was spotted on Geekbench in January listed with an Exynos 7885 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM. Based on past rumours, the Galaxy A40 is will come with an AMOLED panel, most likely with an Infinity-U display. The device may also get an in-display fingerprint sensor like the Galaxy A50.
As for the Galaxy A90, the phone has been rumoured to come with a pop-up selfie camera. A leaked render was spotted on the internet a little while ago, but many have since said that the images posted by the website, Trening Leaks, are false. There is not much that is known about the Galaxy A90 apart from rumours that it may also come with an optical in-display fingerprint sensor.