New Galaxy M10, M20 production reportedly kicks off in India


Recently, Samsung has been mulling over to make a different approach in the budget segment of smatphones and few reports suggest that Samsung is heading towards introducing its new Galaxy M series which will be the third budget segment series alongside Galaxy On and Galaxy-J. Surprisingly few devices from the series have been recently spotted on GeekBench and AnTuTu making the rumours more concrete. New info is that Samsung has kicked off mass production of the Galaxy M10 and M20 in India.

As per 91mobiles, Samsung is currently working on mass manufacturing of Galaxy M10 and M20 which has been started in India. However, there is currently no information regarding the phone release but we could expect Samsung to announce very shortly in 2019.

Apart from that what we know so far is that the upcoming phone will feature a notch on top of the screen. These will be due to the ones that Samsung showcased under the Infinity-U Infinity-V moniker recently.

Speaking of the new Galaxy M series, the unannounced Galaxy M10 and M20 will be launched in the market with the model number as SM-M105F and SM-M205F respectively. As per GeekBench, the Galaxy M10 may consist of Exynos 7870 octa-core chipset backed up with a 3GB RAM and will house 16GB /32GB internal memory.

Coming to Galaxy M20, the smartphone which is also spotted on GeekBench reveals that the phone may be powered with Exynos 7885 chipset working assisted with a 3GB RAM and 32GB/ 64GB internal memory. On top of that AnTuTu has leaked that the phone may appear with HD+ resolution addressing an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 which also means that the phone will feature a top notch display. We will surely update you further when we hear anything from Samsung regarding the new phones releases and specs.

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