The Galaxy A40 as well as the Galaxy A70 have also been unveiled in some regions, and we can expect these to be globally unveiled at Wednesday's event. New devices are definitely in the offing, although the company hasn't confirmed what it'll be showing off, speculations are rife that the event will see the launch of several Galaxy A smartphones including the Galaxy A60 and A90 which is expected to come with a slider design.
As previously mentioned, Samsung Electronics will have another Unpacked event and this time it will take place in Bangkok, Thailand.
Samsung says the back of the Galaxy A20 is made out of a material called "Glasstic". The phone will also be Samsung's first device to launch with an all-screen display with no notch and extremely thin bezels.
Samsung Galaxy M30 has a 6.4-inch full-HD+ Super AMOLED display panel.
Other rumours point to the phone having a particularly interesting camera - a rear-facing triple lens setup that pops up and rotates so you can then use the same camera for taking selfies.
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The state has also sponsored removal programs with prize incentives, such as the Python Pickup Program and regular public hunts. The Burmese python is native to Southeast Asia, but in recent decades the big snakes have become a slithering menace in Florida.
Samsung Galaxy M30 will be on sale in India today at 12pm on Amazon India and Samsung online shop.
For those who don't know, Samsung has a range of series including Galaxy S lineup, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy M series.
As far as the pricing is concerned, Samsung Galaxy M30 can be bought for Rs 14,990 for the 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The official price tags will probably be announced at the event.
While Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 will cost Rs 16,990 and Rs 22,990 respectively.
Samsung's been busy with the launch of its freshly updated Galaxy A series and Galaxy series.