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Samsung’s new Galaxy M Phones Aim to take on Cheap Chinese Rivals

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#Samsung is planning to launch a new mid-range smartphones series #GalaxyM to compete with Chinese manufacturers.

Samsung’s new mid-range Galaxy M series will be launched in India on January 28th, the company has announced on Amazon India, via India Today.

This is due to South Korea market share being overtaken by #Xiaomi in the region.

Galaxy M is expected to arrive in India before the flagship Galaxy S10 is revealed, the Galaxy M series featuring Samsung’s new “Infinity-C” teardrop display; M10, M20 and M30 and will be sold exclusively through Samsung’s online store and Amazon’s Indian Online Store, with plans to rollout globally shortely after the launch.

Cheap… but good
“The M series has been built around and incepted around Indian millennial consumers,” said Asim Warsi, head of Samsung’s mobile business in India. The new phones are expected to increase sales online sales for Samsung phones in the country.

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The specs for the M Series are still unconfirmed, it 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.

 

Galaxy M Series Smartphones

M series will be developed and made in India, priced from 10,000 rupees (around $142 / £110 / AU$197) to 20,000 rupees (around $284 / £220 / AU$394).

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