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Samsung accidentally reveals three more Galaxy A phones

The Samsung Galaxy A50 and A30. Image credit: TechRadar
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The existence of three more Samsung Galaxy A phones appears to have been confirmed – by Samsung itself. Samsung’s UK website briefly published pages on the A20e, A40, and A90, three devices that haven’t previously been mentioned by the manufacturer.

The web pages, first noticed by GalaxyClub (opens in new tab), are still available to view at the time of writing, although there are no products attached to them. They’re likely intended to be landing pages when the phones are officially revealed, and their existence suggests Samsung is planning to launch the handsets soon. 

The first of these is the Galaxy A20e (opens in new tab) which, judging by the name, is a smaller edition of the unannounced A20. There are also pages for the Galaxy A40 (opens in new tab) and A90 (opens in new tab), two phones we’ve heard rumor of but not seen any evidence of until now.

The A20e, A40 and A90 will join the rapidly-growing list of Samsung Galaxy A devices, which are intended as affordable alternatives to the high-end Galaxy S10 range. We’ve seen leaked information on the Galaxy A60, gotten hands-on with the A30 and A50, and heard snippets about the A10; the only devices that haven’t been revealed or leaked are the A70 and A80 which, judging by the existence of the A90, likely exist too.

Samsung has a habit of accidentally revealing details of upcoming phones on its website, with Samsung India’s website launching a support page for the A50 shortly before it was announced, so we’ve no reason to doubt the A20e, A40 and A90 are in the works.

While Samsung didn’t reveal the first two Galaxy A series phones with quite as much fanfare as it did the Galaxy S10 range, they’re still powerful devices with a lot to like. We’ll let you know as soon as the rest of the Galaxy A suite is launched.

Tom Bedford
Deputy Editor - Phones

Tom's role in the TechRadar team is to specialize in phones and tablets, but he also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. He is based in London, UK.


He graduated in American Literature and Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia. Prior to working in TechRadar freelanced in tech, gaming and entertainment, and also spent many years working as a mixologist. Outside of TechRadar he works in film as a screenwriter, director and producer.