Samsung shows off the new Galaxy M, its first notched phone

Ceria Alfonso
Enero 14, 2019

Cheap phones are a dime a dozen these days, especially in India, so it'll be interesting to see how Samsung will battle Xiaomi's new Redmi sub-brand and other competitors like Asus and RealMe to regain the top spot in the Indian smartphone market this year. However, Samsung in its press release noted that the Galaxy M series smartphones will come with "powerful display, powerful camera, powerful battery and a powerful processor helping the smartphones deliver power-packed performance".

Asim Warsi, head of Samsung's mobile business in India in an interview with Reuters has confirmed that the there will be three Galaxy M series phones and will be available initially in the country through online-only channels-Samsung e-store and Amazon. "Inspired by millennials and designed in India, Galaxy M will empower the millennials like never before".

Samsung's growth in India has slowed down to a trickle. We should start seeing some teasers from Samsung now that it has confirmed the launch of the Galaxy M series in India on January 28.

The design of this new series of smartphones from Samsung has been done in India, and is right now under production at their Noida plant, which is their largest smartphone facility in the whole world.

In December, the government had introduced new regulations - effective February 1 - that would bar online marketplaces with foreign investments from selling products of the companies where they hold stakes, and ban exclusive marketing arrangements.

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Samsung M30 can be in the range of Rs 20,000, taking on Poco F1 from Xiaomi. Out of the two, the Galaxy M20 will likely to feature a 5,000mAh battery, first on any Samsung smartphone.

The Galaxy M10 is the smallest of the bunch with a 6” display and 3,400mAh battery.

The Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 will be Samsung's first smartphones to come with the Infinity V notch display.

We will keep you updated, as more details come in.

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