The Galaxy A10e and Galaxy A20 should soon become available for purchase in the United States through the country’s largest mobile carrier, Verizon Wireless. That is, according to a recent tweet from WinFuture’s Roland Quandt, who doesn’t reveal any specific dates, but adds that the Galaxy A10e and A20 will hit the shelves for $179 and $249, respectively.This doesn’t come as much of a surprise considering that both the aforementioned models have been confirmed by Samsung last month to arrive in the United States in a similar timeframe as the Galaxy A50 – and for the exact prices mentioned above. With the Galaxy A50 already being offered by Verizon, it’s logical to assume that the A10e and A20 should follow suit sooner rather than later.A couple of US-based carriers have already beaten Verizon to the punch; at least as far as the Galaxy A10e is concerned. AT&T was the first to deliver the device stateside late last week for the price of $209, and earlier today the phone became available through Boost Mobile. Both the Galaxy A10e and Galaxy A20 fit in the budget segment, having been equipped with 720p displays, 32GB of onboard storage, and the Exynos 7884/Exynos 7884B chipsets. The Galaxy A20’s higher price tag is partly justified by the inclusion of a dual-camera and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.Galaxy A10e