Samsung Galaxy M-series to launch in India on January 28

Samsung Galaxy M-series to launch in India on January 28

Samsung Galaxy M-series to launch in India on January 28

In an interesting twist, Samsung India said that the smartphone will only be available for purchase online.

Will this big gamble by Samsung work?

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.

This new smartphone is targeted for the "millennials", and the young users. Now, Samsung is ready to launch the new Galaxy M series as a new attempt to regain its lead.

The images also reveal that one of the Galaxy M phones will come with dual-cameras at the back, and a fingerprint sensor is placed at that back as well.

Warsi also revealed that these new smartphones will feature big batteries, as well as support for fast charging, features that are created to appeal to the country's tech smart and savvy millennial consumers. Furthermore, India will be the first country to launch the new series of smartphones, the company said in the same press release. Meant to appeal to a millennial audience, the new series of phones have been designed in India.

As per earlier reports, Samsung-M series can be priced as low as Rs 9500 for the base variant. The Galaxy M lineup is likely to include three distinct models, namely the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30. Both the handsets are expected to come with Infinity-V display, which is the company's water drop notch version. It'll be launched alongside the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M30, which will offer a single-lens camera and triple-lens camera array, respectively.

According to Amazon listing, the Galaxy M20 is expected to come with a massive battery and a display with a waterdrop notch. Like in the case of most of the upcoming smartphones, the Galaxy M series has also been leaked numerous of times over the internet revealing some of the key specifications and features which the devices will pack.

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