Samsung's Galaxy M series is launching in India on January 28

Samsung's Galaxy M series is launching in India on January 28

Samsung's Galaxy M series is launching in India on January 28

Samsung will sell the devices exclusively through its online store and Amazon's India e-commerce portal. Since the company is targeting a younger audience, it comes as no surprise that the M series will be marketed as an online exclusive.

The "Oh-mAh-God" battery could be the 5,000mAh battery that is rumored to power the Galaxy M20 smartphone.

Hoping to re-capture its pole position from rival Xiaomi, Korean giant Samsung will launch its "Galaxy M" series of smartphones - first in India - as it looks to clock double-digit growth in this hyper-competitive market.

"This new series would have done well for Samsung in the offline channel, which contributes to around 80% of its handset sales in India..."

Previous rumours suggested that Samsung will launch three models under the M series umbrella and all three will have big batteries and will be camera focused smartphones. "Inspired by millennials and designed in India, Galaxy M will empower the millennials like never before". It's expected that the Galaxy M10 and M20 will be available starting March 5, while the M30 could be available for purchase at a later date.

It is widely known by now that the Galaxy M line is an affordable series that will merge the Galaxy J and Galaxy On series of the past. A Galaxy M30 is also believed to be in the works. Hence it appears that the teaser images belong to the Galaxy M20 smartphone.

The rear cameras are a 13 MP unit with f/1.9 aperture and 1.12μm pixels, as well as a secondary 5 MP shooter for depth information. The Galaxy M20 is said to be powered by an Exynos 7904 chipset which will be paired with 4GB of RAM for multitasking and will offer a storage space of 32GB.

They are being made in India and will cost from 10,000 rupees (US$141.80) to 20,000 rupees, Warsi told Reuters, adding that they would have bigger batteries and features such as quick charging.

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