An unannounced Samsung Galaxy smartphone has just surfaced in a hands-on video. No, it isn’t the Galaxy Note 10, but a member of the Galaxy M series. There have been a few leaks about the Galaxy M30s, but the video reveals a device purported to be the Samsung Galaxy M60.
The unboxing video shared by a youtube user reveals the purported Samsung Galaxy M60 from all corners but is quite silent on detail specs. And unlike the Galaxy M40 with three rear cameras and an Infinity-O display, the M60 has a dual rear camera setup and a U notch. And while that looks like a downgrade, the video says it has a 48MP (IMX 586) main camera, with s 16MP with LED flash. We are not certain what purpose the secondary camera serves, but it won’t be far from being a telephoto or an ultra wide-angle cam.
The Samsung Galaxy M60 has an Infinity U display with a notch which makes room for the selfie camera of unknown resolutions. It houses a fingerprint sensor below the camera modules on the flipside. On the rear, the overall design looks quite similar to that M40, except the LED flash which now fits in between the two camera sensors.
It is worth noting that there is no concrete evidence to prove this is the Galaxy M60 given that there are no previous leaks about the Galaxy M60.