Samsung has made the Galaxy A02s – a potential 2021 cost-effectiveness champ – official, but has yet to release it to any market. A new leak has led to speculation that the US will be first among them. The OEM has certified a number of A02s variants that could correspond to various carriers in the country.
Samsung slipped the Galaxy A02s in very much under the radar in November 2020. It, as its name alone suggests, is an extremely affordable new smartphone: the OEM has indicated that it will start at around €150 (~US$183) on its February 2021 release to the European market.
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