Samsung is all set to unveil the new M-series smartphone which is reported to replace the J-series and On series. Earlier we had rumors about Samsung already started mass production of the new Samsung Galaxy M10 & Samsung Galaxy M20 in India. We also got a series of leaks for the new Samsung Galaxy M20.
Today, the new Samsung Galaxy M10 has just passed through Wifi certification. As per the listing, the new Samsung Galaxy M10 is listed as SM-M105F which has received the 2.4GHz Band support under Wifi which is common under budget segment. Apart from that, nothing much about the device is leaked.
As per previous leaks, the new Samsung Galaxy M10 is powered by Exynos 7810 SoC coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. It is rumored to feature waterdrop display and will run on Android 8.1.
Further, popular tipster All About Samsung has leaked the concept renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M20. As per the source, the new Samsung Galaxy M20 will feature the new waterdrop display aka Infinity-U display which was announced at SDC2018.
The Samsung Galaxy M20 will feature all-metal unibody and will feature Dual rear cameras along with rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The Samsung Galaxy M20 measures 156.4 x 74.5 x 8.8 mm. It will come with 8MP selfie sensor along with 13MP+5MP dual rear cameras.
Further, the source reveals that the Samsung Galaxy M20 might come with larger 5000 mAh battery and will sport 6.0 inches LCD display. Apart from that, the source also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy M20 will launch in markets like UK, Germany, France, Poland, and Scandinavia and sadly, there are no details for Dutch variant.