After promising to revamp its midrange portfolio, Samsung gave birth to the Galaxy A-series and to the M-series. These devices proved to be a success, thus tempting Samsung to increase its diversity. Now we already have a couple of derivatives being developed for both series of smartphones. The next one to receive an S-upgrade might be the M20, which is reportedly soon getting a Galaxy M20s sibling.
One of the hottest rumors for the Galaxy M20s indicates that the device will ship with a whopping 5,830mAh battery. That amount surpasses by nearly 1,000mAh the capacity of the original M20 which stands with a 5,000mAh battery. The M20s’ model number is allegedly SM-M207, and the Godzilla-sized battery it packs has the EB-BM207ABY product code. Interesting enough, if this 5,830 mAh value is the rated capacity, then the typical capacity could actually be as bigger as 6,000 mAh. That’s a lot of juice for the huge-battery gang out there.
Just like several other S-upgrades, it’s unclear when the Galaxy M20s will become official. Also, we can’t say in which countries Samsung will be releasing it. After all, some emerging markets like Brazil have just received the standard M20. However, when it comes to the competitive market of India, Samsung could be releasing it there to keep the heat over its M-series.