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Samsung is expected to bring three Galaxy A series phones to the United States: Galaxy A20, A50 and A70. These are part of the new wave of smartphones announced this year by the South Korean company and will be offered in the US through various carriers.

The folks at XDA-Developers have found evidence that all four US carriers Ė AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, will sell at least one of the Galaxy A series phones mentioned earlier. Samsung recently confirmed it will no longer launch Galaxy J phones to avoid confusion among customers.


Although they share many things in common such as large Super AMOLED displays and massive batteries, the Galaxy A20, A50 and A70 are quite different in the grand scheme of things. For example, the A20, which will also be the cheapest of the three, packs a dual rear camera, whereas the other two phones come with triple cameras on the back.

Also, the amount of memory each of these Galaxy A series phones pack inside is exponentially higher: Galaxy A20 (3GB RAM, 32GB storage), Galaxy A50 (4GB/6GB RAM, 64GB/128GB storage), Galaxy A70 (6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB storage).

We don't know yet when exactly Samsung will launch these phones in the United States, but we can guess how much they'll cost: $200, $350 and $400. Of course, Samsung may actually lower the US prices to make them more appealing, we can't tell for sure at the moment, so take these prices with a grain of salt.