On January 28, Samsung India announced two new entry-level smartphones in face of the Samsung Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M10. Today, both devices went on sale through Amazon.in and Samsung.com. The cheapest version costs 7990 rupees, which is equivalent to $112. We know the Indian market is one of the largest markets around the world. But due to the low incomes in this region, customers more buy low-end and mid-range devices rather than top-end models. Honestly, a few years ago, China has been described in this way. But the latest reports show the high-end smartphone market has been gaining momentum in the past couple of years. So maybe in the nearest future, the Indian market will act identically as well.
Well, as for the Samsung Galaxy M20 and M10, they are available in blue and black. The Samsung Galaxy M20 4GB+64GB version is priced at INR 12,990 ($182) and the 3GB + 32GB version is priced at INR 10,990 ($154). The 3GB+32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy M10 is priced at INR 8,990 ($126), and the 2GB + 16GB is priced at INR 7,990 ($112).
Though these phones can’t boast of many eye-catching features, some of them still worth our attention. The Samsung Galaxy M10 uses a 6.22-inch water drop screen, a battery capacity of 3400mAh, a rear 5MP +13MP dual-camera, an octa-core Exynos processor clocked at 1.6GHz, and it supports back-mounted fingerprint recognition and face unlock.
The Samsung Galaxy M20 uses a 6.3-inch water drop screen, a battery capacity of 5000mAh, supporting fast charge, a rear 5MP + 13MP dual-camera, an Exynos 7904 processor, clocked at 1.8GHz and supports a rear-mounted fingerprint identification and face unlock.