Now, courtesy of an official video shared by Samsung Vietnam, we have a working clue as to when the series is going to be unveiled and how at least one of the devices is going to look like from the front. Naturally, it was assumed that the company would refresh the lineup in February 2020.
Through a promotional video, the Youtube account of the Asian Samsung division did indeed confirm the Samsung Galaxy A 2020 series is coming on December 12th.
After all, 2020 will be a second year for the Premium Hole Display, and we all know that "tock" years are for camera and under the hood upgrades, just like the leaked renders with a insane camera island on the back to accommodate all the new hardware hint at.
The Galaxy A51 is rumored to feature a 6.5-inch OLED display. Rumors also hint that the rear camera module will have an L-shaped array. A 32MP selfie camera is expected on the device.
Other rumored specs include: 4GB RAM, the Exynos 9611 SoC, 4,000mAh battery, and 64/128GB storage variants.