Samsung mobile earlier today confirmed it will be unwrapping the new Galaxy M series at an event taking place in India on 28 January, a few weeks before the global debut of the Galaxy S10 trio. This could also mean that the company might also jump into the "specification war" in the budget segment to topple Xiaomi, which has been known to offer high-end specifications at a minimal price point. We should start seeing some teasers from Samsung now that it has confirmed the launch of the Galaxy M series in India on January 28.
Samsung is gearing up for its next mid-range smartphone the Galaxy M series which the company is expected to bring for the masses this month itself.
Previous rumours suggested that Samsung will launch three models under the M series umbrella and all three will have big batteries and will be camera focused smartphones.
The design of this new series of smartphones from Samsung has been done in India, and is right now under production at their Noida plant, which is their largest smartphone facility in the whole world. The Galaxy M series will be taking over the company's affordable "J" and "On" series of smartphone.
It seems that Samsung now wants to aggressively target the sub-Rs 10,000 category.
This new Samsung Galaxy M series might be an online exclusive smartphone series.
The range, which will include phones priced up to Rs 20,000, will be sold online only. Rumors are rife that the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 will be unleashed on the said date.
While M20 is expected to have 5,000mAh battery, which will Samsung's first ever tryst in India.
According to Amazon listing, the Galaxy M20 is expected to come with a massive battery and a display with a waterdrop notch.