Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

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

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

This means that Samsung will launch their new M-series smartphone first in India, all over the world.

Though specs for the M Series are still unconfirmed, Warsi has stated that the phones will feature large batteries and fast charging, backing up previous rumors that the M20 would feature a massive 5,000mAh battery - the largest of any Samsung handset to date. So expect their specifications and features comparable to phones from the likes of Xiaomi, Honor, Realme, etc.

In a press release, Samsung India has announced the roll out of their India-first smartphone: Samsung M-Series.

The three new phones, which are part of Samsung's M-series, will be sold through Samsung's website and Amazon's Indian division. The move should see Samsung better poised to compete with major Chinese hardware brands in India, including Xiaomi, Vivo, and Oppo.

As per earlier reports, Samsung-M series can be priced as low as Rs 9500 for the base variant.

"The new series is designed around India's millennial consumers".

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It seems that Samsung now wants to aggressively target the sub-Rs 10,000 category. The online marketplace has featured a microsite to confirm the presence of an Infinity-V Display on the upcoming lineup.

Going by the earlier reports and the new official press renders, which reveal the new M series will be featuring Samsung's new Infinity-V displays, which the Korean tech giant introduced during their Developer Conference past year.

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

For months, there have been rumours of Samsung planning to phase out Galaxy J mobile portfolio with the new Galaxy M series and now we a have official confirmation from the company itself.

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

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