The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy M-series smartphones are finally confirmed to be making their way to India. Samsung sent out a press statement revealing that the upcoming devices will be available for purchase from March 5. Thankfully, we only have to wait until the end of the month to see the full details of these new devices.
In December, the government had introduced new regulations - effective February 1 - that would bar online marketplaces with foreign investments from selling products of the companies where they hold stakes, and ban exclusive marketing arrangements.
Samsung also touts things like "3x faster charging", "a powerful processor", and "Oh-mAh-God battery", but actual specifications are still up in the air. As per reports, Samsung will first be launching the Galaxy M10 and M20 phones first and Galaxy M30 will be announced later. The Galaxy M devices will have Infinity-V display tech, which in other words, is the same teardrop notch display as we saw on smartphones such as the OnePlus 6T, Redmi Note 7, among others. The Galaxy M10 will have a smaller display and battery, as it will be the most affordable smartphone of the series.
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While M20 is expected to have 5,000mAh battery, which will Samsung's first ever tryst in India.
The expected prices are INR 10,000 for the M10 and INR 15,000 for the M20 ($140 and $210, respectively).
While the firm has already scheduled a launch event for the more interesting Galaxy S10, nothing has been heard of the Galaxy M phones in terms of their launch date.