Once an underdog, Chinese mobile phone makers have actually grown in the last number of years. And giants like Samsung are starting to get injured.
In truth, Xiaomi overtook Samsung by a range in India– among the biggest smart device market worldwide.
To prevent more damage, the South Korean tech business will present the Samsung Galaxy M line-up in India on January 28. A series of smartphone that intends to handle Xiaomi, and other bang-for-the-buck mobile phones in the market today.
Samsung is set to at first launch 3 new gadgets– Galaxy M10, M20, and M30– all of which are going to have top-caliber specs with a really sensible price, and will be exclusively offered through Amazon India.
Reports recommend that the Galaxy M20 will sport a 6.13-inch FHD+ screen with an Exynos 7885 processor. While the M30 will have a slightly bigger 6.3-inch display screen. Both gadgets will come with a huge 5,000 mAh battery and a dual-camera setup on the back.
On the other hand, the M10 will have a smaller sized 6-inch screen and a 3,400 mAh battery. It will be powered by an Exynos 7870 chip with 3GB of RAM.
All three designs are anticipated to have an “Infinity-V” waterdrop notch, a dated USB Type-C execution, and an earphone jack.
The Samsung Galaxy M10 is anticipated to be priced at INR10,000 (~ Php7,400), while the M20 will be at INR15,000 (~ Php11,100). Samsung is also rumored to bring the M-series in Europe on a later date. And ideally, in more markets, including the Philippines.
This article, Samsung to release Galaxy M to take on Xiaomi, was initially released at NoypiGeeks|Philippines Technology News, Reviews and How to’s.