Samsung Galaxy M series leaks ahead of the official launch


Samsung's been losing a lot of ground to Xiaomi over in India as of late, and in an attempt to get things back on track, Samsung has announced that it'll debut its new Galaxy M series on January 28.

Samsung M-series has been declared as India-first smartphone. Further the reports that this is Samsung's new approach for the younger Indian market audience who are most likely inclined to budget and mid-range smartphones and these Galaxy M Series are considered to be catered to those Millineals.

Warsi did not reveal any key specifications of the devices nor the name, but it is widely reported that they will come with monikers-Galaxy M10, M20 and M30. The series will be targetted towards the country's millennials, hence the nomenclature, "M".

The head of Samsung's mobile business in India, Asim Warsi, said that this would help the company to double its online sales in India.

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As per earlier reports, Samsung-M series can be priced as low as Rs 9500 for the base variant.

It seems that Samsung now wants to aggressively target the sub-Rs 10,000 category. Well, we have specs for the Galaxy M20, and we're assuming that's the device Samsung is teasing as well. Both the handsets are expected to come with Infinity-V display, which is the company's water drop notch version. This can feature a triple camera set-up. Samsung is also promising fast-charging with 3X faster charging on the new Galaxy M phones. More and more leaks and rumors surrounding the Galaxy M10 and the Galaxy M20 have started appearing over the web recently suggesting at an imminent launch.

According to Amazon listing, the Galaxy M20 is expected to come with a massive battery and a display with a waterdrop notch.

The new range comes with powerful display, camera, battery and a processor - helping the devices deliver power-packed performance for millennials.