Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 Price in India, Sale Date Leaked; Here’re the Features We Know So Far

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Samsung’s upcoming budget series, the Galaxy M, will soon be making a debut in India. The prices of both the Galaxy M10 and M20 have been revealed in the latest reports alongside their sale date in India. The South Korean giant will be unveiling the first two phones in the lineup on January 28, 2019. Concerning pricing, the Galaxy M20 is slightly on the upper 10K segment while the Galaxy M10 is sub-10K. As Samsung had already made it quite clear by having a landing page of Amazon India, both the phones will be exclusively up for sale on the platform starting February 5, 2019.

Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 Price in India Leaked Ahead of Launch

According to a report by IANS, the Samsung Galaxy M10 price in India will start INR 7,990 while the Galaxy M20 will settle for a starting price of INR 10,990. India is the first country where Samsung is launching its brand new Galaxy-M series of smartphones. Apart from Amazon India, both the phones will also be up for grabs via Samsung’s online store.

In contrast to the IANS report, 91Mobiles has reported that the Galaxy M10 price in India will start at INR 8,990 while the Galaxy M20 will cost INR 12,990 for the standard variant. In the report, 91Mobiles state that the information has been derived from ‘a source close to Samsung’s pricing strategy’.

As the company has already teased via Amazon listing, both the M-series phones will feature Infinity-V displays that have a waterdrop shape notch on top of the display. This design or cut-out offers more screen real estate and houses the front camera. Another feature on these M-series of phones is going to be a massive battery. Reportedly, Samsung is manufacturing these phones at its facility in Noida. Based on this chunk of information, the Galaxy M10 and M20 are going to be ‘Made in India’ phones. Samsung is yet to confirm all the information.

Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 Leaked Specifications

Concerning the leaked specs for the Galaxy M10, the phone has been tipped to feature a smaller battery than the Galaxy M20. The Galaxy M20 is expected to be backed by a 5,000mAh battery while the M10 may have to settle for a smaller 3,500mAh battery. Some of the reports hinted that the Galaxy M10 would feature a 6.2-inch HD+ display at 720×1520 pixels resolution. It is expected to come powered by a 14nm octa-core Exynos 7870 processor coupled with 2GB/3GB of RAM. For both the Galaxy M10 and M20, Samsung has most likely included dual cameras on the rear. The Galaxy M10 is expected to sport a 13MP+5MP dual rear camera. On the software side of things, it is expected to ship with Android 8.1 Oreo, and Samsung might extend a software update to bring it to Android 9.0 Pie.

As for the Galaxy M20, the phone is expected to pack a 6.3-inch LCD panel bearing 1080×2340 pixels resolution. The phone may come powered by Samsung’s in-house Exynos 7885 chipset clubbed with 3GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of inbuilt storage. Based on the teaser images of the phone, it will come in polycarbonate body and will feature a fingerprint sensor on the back panel. On the front, the phone has been teased to sport a wide-angle lens. We can expect it to capture wide selfies. This one may also ship with Android 8.1 Oreo and could later be upgraded to Android 9.0 Pie. We wonder why Samsung would hold back from launching both the phones with the latest Android version. Well, all our doubts will be cleared soon. Stay tuned with MySmartPrice to get all the information.

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