The Samsung Galaxy M10 and the Galaxy M20 were launched in January 2019 and these smartphones marked the brand’s re-entry into the budget smartphone segment in the Indian market. Thanks to their decent specifications and Samsung’s goodwill as a brand, the Galaxy M10, and the Galaxy M20 have been sold in extremely high numbers. Looking at their success, Samsung launched the Galaxy M10s, which recorded pretty high numbers on the sales chart as well. The journey of these smartphones, however, seems to have come to an end, as we have just found out that Samsung has discontinued the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M10s, and the Galaxy M20 in the Indian market.
Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M10s, Galaxy M20 Discontinued in India
The first piece of information which revealed that Samsung has discontinued the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M10s, and the Galaxy M20 in the Indian market comes from the brand’s official website, as it no more shows the product pages of these devices. Moreover, we have managed to get our hands on a Samsung smartphone price list for dealers in India, which has no mention of Galaxy M10, M10s, and the M20 in it, further confirming that these devices have been discontinued in the country. Lastly, these devices are no more available to purchase through Amazon India, which furthermore confirms our finding.
With these three devices discontinued, the Galaxy M30 is now the most affordable smartphone in the M-series lineup of smartphones from the brand. It costs INR 9,685 for the 3GB RAM model. Other M-series devices on sale in the country include Galaxy M30s, Galaxy M21, and the Galaxy M31. The question is, will Samsung launch new phones in place of the now-discontinued Galaxy M10, Galaxy M10s, and the Galaxy M20? Well, we don’t have any official confirmation about it at the moment. However, the brand seems to be working on an entry-level M-series smartphone, the Galaxy M01, and it could very well be the replacement to the Galaxy M10 in the Indian market.
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