Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10 are two budget Android phones that are similar in a number of ways. Both are helping Samsung perform well in the affordable smartphone market around the world. If you are wondering what the similarities and diferences are, help is here from your favourite mobile phone blog, MobilityArena.
So, if you are in the market for a budget Samsung smartphone and you are torn between the Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10, the information below will help you make up your mind.
Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10 Comparison Table
Here is a quick comparison table to help you see how these two Samsung smartphones stand side by side.
|Samsung Galaxy A20||Samsung Galaxy A10|
|6.4 inches, 720 x 1560 pixels, 19:9 ratio Super AMOLED display||6.2 inches, 720 x 1560 pixels, 19:9 ratio IPS LCD display|
|Android 9 Pie + One UI||Android 9 Pie + One UI|
|Octa-core EXYNOS 7884, 1.6 GHz (14 nm)||Octa-core EXYNOS 7884, 1.6 GHz|
|8MP selfie camera||5MP selfie camera|
|13 + 5 MP rear dual camera with LED flash||13 rear camera with LED flash|
|32 GB internal storage + dedicated microSD slot, up to 1 TB||32 GB internal storage + dedicated microSD slot, up to 1 TB|
|3 GB RAM||2 GB RAM|
|4000 mAh battery + 15W fast charging||3400 mAh battery|
|$145 (₦51,500)||$113 (₦40,000)|
The Similarities between Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10
Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10 are very identical in size, with only 1 or 2 centimetres diffrence in dimensions, so you might not be able to tell them apart without a closeup side-by-side lineup. They look almost exactly the same if you do not look at their rear sides.
Both phones also have the same material build and design. They are made of polycarbonate plastic and they feel exactly the same in the hand.
What else do they have in common? They both have a waterdrop display of the same resolution – 720 x 1560 pixels. They have the same processor and internal storage or memory. And they both run Android 9.
The differences between Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10
While the displays share the same resolution, that of the Galaxy A20 is slightly bigger and is AMOLED type, not LCD. With AMOLED displays, you get deeper blacks and better contrast. They are also more expensive to fix, should you break them. So, bear that in mind.
Next, the Samsung Galaxy A20 has better cameras on the front and back, a bigger battery, and faster battery charging. In addition, it has a fingerprint scanner, an item that is missing on the Samsung Galaxy A10. And of course, there is the difference in price. The Galaxy A20 costs more.
No doubt, your budget is a strong factor in determining what smartphone you buy, but if you can afford it, the Galaxy A20 is the much better performer and better equipped of these two Samsung smartphones. In use, it runs much smoother, takes better photographs, records better videos, charges faster, and lasts longer on a full charge.
In our informed opinion, the Galaxy A20 is where smooth performance begins in Samsung’s current smartphone lineup. And we say that because we have handled both the Samsung Galaxy A20 and Samsung Galaxy A10 smartphones.
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