Last year, Korean publication ET News reported that Samsung is killing off its low-end J series of phones. The Galaxy M10, M20 and M30 are likely to be unveiled on the launch day, but as Samsung confirmed, the sales of these smartphones will only begin on March 5. Like in the case of most of the upcoming smartphones, the Galaxy M series has also been leaked numerous of times over the internet revealing some of the key specifications and features which the devices will pack. The Galaxy M10 will have a smaller display and battery, as it will be the most affordable smartphone of the series.More news: Willian admits 'I don't know if Chelsea want me to stay'
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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. Both the handsets will sport dual rear camera setup and out of the two one will be a wide-angle lens. A 5,000 mAh battery keeps the lights on, while the M20 measures 156.4 x 74.5 x 8.8 mm and weighs 183g. More and more leaks and rumors surrounding the Galaxy M10 and the Galaxy M20 have started appearing over the web recently suggesting at an imminent launch. Interestingly, the secondary shooter is an ultra-wide selfie camera.
After playing second fiddle to Chinese rival Xiaomi in India's burgeoning smartphone market in 2018, Samsung is set to fight back with a new line of budget-friendly handsets.
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.