Samsung is unveiling its new Galaxy M Series today which was made to be sold in India, in a bid to compete against their rivals for example (Xiaomi). They are releasing two new phones which are the M10 and M20, they both include Samsung’s new “Infinity-V” display. Samsung is mainly targeting people from 20-30 years of age with the Galaxy M.
The Galaxy M20 has a 6.3-inch display (1080 × 2340) with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, while the Galaxy M10 has a 6.22-inch display (720 × 1520) with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, they are both powered by Exynos quad-core processors, both devices will have dual rear cameras, with a 13-megapixel F1.9 main camera, alongside an ultrawide five-megapixel F2.2 camera. the Galaxy M20 comes with a 5,000MaH While the M10 comes with a 3,400MaH, which should give them considerably good battery life for such budget-friendly smartphones. The phones will also come with a fingerprint sensor and a headphone jack
Samsung’s Galaxy M10 will be priced starting at $112, and the Galaxy M20 starts at $155, both will be available from February 5th at Samsung’s online store.
Samsung has been struggling to fight the strong competition in India, the Samsung Galaxy M Series is an attempt to try and get some of the market shares in India 2019 and beyond.