Samsung Confirms to Launch M-Series Smartphones on January 28th

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Even before its flagship’s launch, Samsung has got something interesting to show up this month end.

The Galaxy M-Series smartphones from the Korean OEM are all set to take back the position from current Chinese contenders.

Samsung Confirms to Launch M-Series Smartphones on January 28th

Samsung Galaxy M Series
Samsung Galaxy M Series

The early-mid and low budgeted ranges are currently dominated by Oppo, Vivo, RealMe, and Xiaomi. And to regain that spot, Samsung plans to unveil budgetary phones with competitively packed features.

The launch of Galaxy M-series smartphones which are dated to January-end and the set would contain unveiling three smartphones namely Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30. Analysts predicted that the said models would be priced between Rs.9,000-20,000.

And further said, these will be available only through Samsung’s website and Amazon.in.

What we’ve learned regarding the device details are below,

The M-series smartphones sports water-drop notch and headphone jack, USB slot at the bottom and with buttons on right side.

Samsung Galaxy M10
Samsung Galaxy M10

Specs include M10 to have 6″ display and 13MP+5MP rear cameras. Whereas M20 will have 6.13″ display and same rear camera lens. Both differ in the matters of selfie camera (M10-5MP, M20-8MP) and battery power (M10-3400mAh, M20-5000mAh).

Samsung Galaxy M20
Samsung Galaxy M20

M20 shall feature recording higher recording resolutions than M10 and have higher internal storage variants, though both come with 3GB inbuilt RAM.

Has fingerprint sensor mounted at rear and connectivity of Bluetooth 5, WiFi, USB 2.0 and A-GPS.

They are said to run on Exynos chipset and with Mali GPUs.

Samsung Galaxy M30
Samsung Galaxy M30

And with respect to M30, it just resembles M20 with exceptions in the latest software, storage, higher selfie camera, and display size.

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This seems Samsung this time is trying to compete with potential specs rather than brand value. It already has ON-series and J-series in these price segment, but by ditching them, Samsung plans to introduce the new M-series. And we’ll look further to see the impact.

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