Samsung will sell the devices exclusively through its online store and Amazon's India e-commerce portal. However, the recent introduction of the new Redmi Note 7 might turn it into an impossible task. The Galaxy M lineup is likely to include three distinct models, namely the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30.
Samsung has been hinting at the Galaxy M for quite some time and its features were tipped in leaks earlier this month. A new report by SamMobile suggests that the phone will be second by Samsung, after Galaxy A9 Pro (review), to come with a 5,000mAh battery.
While there have been so many leaks and reports about the upcoming M series, the German site mobielkopen has now detailed specs and graphic illustrations of the Galaxy M20. We expect the rumoured Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 to be the first pair of phones to launch as part of the new series.
Going by the earlier reports and the new official press renders, which reveal the new M series will be featuring Samsung's new Infinity-V displays, which the Korean tech giant introduced during their Developer Conference previous year. Samsung has announced that the smartphones will be catered towards millennials and will be unveiled on January 28 in what will be the global launch of the series. Rumours also claim that Samsung might launch the premium Galaxy M40 at the same event, but nothing is confirmed by the brand at the moment.
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Among the Galaxy M10 and M20, the latter is expected to arrive with a dual camera setup on its rear while the former could be an entry-level smartphone with single rear camera.
They are being made in India and will cost from 10,000 rupees (US$141.80) to 20,000 rupees, Warsi told Reuters, adding that they would have bigger batteries and features such as quick charging.