Samsung is gearing up to launch a new Galaxy M series that may redefine the affordable and mid-level price segments currently dominated by the Chinese players. The South Korean giant will launch two Galaxy M smartphones in India this month. Samsung Galaxy M10 will be priced around Rs 9,500 and Galaxy M20 will retail around Rs 15,000 — with specifications like Infinity-V display in this segment.
According to reliable industry sources, the third smartphone M30 with triple-rear camera system will probably arrive next month. The first-ever ‘M’ series smartphones with industry-first features are currently being manufactured for the millennials at Samsung’s factory in Noida. It will be a global launch for the ‘M’ series in India and may reach other markets later.
Galaxy M20 will house a massive 5,000mAh battery — the first-ever on any Samsung smartphone — a big plus for phone users in the country who treat battery life as one of their key requirements. M20 will house a 3,500mAh battery.