Supposed Galaxy M20 receives FCC certification

It’s public information by now that Samsung has a couple of new Galaxy M series handsets in the pipeline that it’s going to launch in the near future

Aside from working on the much-rumored Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy Fold, it’s public knowledge that the Korean giant has a few other smartphones whose arrival could mean a lot for the tech giant at least in selected countries like India.

We are talking about the upcoming Galaxy M series.  We saw the Galaxy M10 got certified by the FCC late December, followed by its support page which went live earlier today in India. Now, another member of the upcoming series – the Galaxy M20 has made it through the FCC  suggesting the device might also launch in the US. Of course, FCC doesn’t give out many details, but it does reveal the device will come in at 156.4 x 74.5 x 8.8 mm, while the overall diagonal is 160 mm.

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Previous leaks suggest it will come with Sammy’s Exynos 7885 SoC with 3GB of RAM, while one of its major selling points might be a 5000mAh battery. As for optics, the Galaxy M20 is tipped to feature a 13MP primary sensor and 5MP depth sensor, while an 8MP front-facing camera will likely sit above the display.

Despite the FCC granting Samsung’s approval for the GALAXY M20, its possible the device might remain exclusive to the Indian Market, although this claim isnt official. The device, the M30, and the M10 are tipped to launch with Android Oreo when they arrive later this month.

As of now, there is no mention of possible launch timeline, so we might have to wait some more time for an official confirmation.

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