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Samsung Galaxy M20 open sale kicksoff in India

18 March 2019 3

A piece of good news for the Samsung fans as the company today announced the availability of Galaxy M20 via an open sale in India. A few weeks ago Samsung India announced three variants of Galaxy M-lineup including M10, M20, and M30. The Galaxy M20 was released last month via flash sales. So far the company held two flash sales and finally now it will be available via open sale for the Indian buyers.

The base model with 3GB RAM can be purchased at INR 10,990 whereas the top-tier model with 4GB RAM is slightly expensive at INR 12,990. In terms of color options, the M20 is available in Charcoal Black and Ocean Blue colors.

Just for the sake of reminder, the Galaxy M20 is featuring a 6.3-inches Full HD+ display. Its an Infinity-V display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and the screen resolution is 1080 x 2340 pixels. Samsung's own Exynos 7904 chipset is powering the phone. The Mali-G71 is taking care of graphics.

The base model has 3GB RAM and 32GGB storage whereas the top-tier variant has 4GB RAM and 64GB. The built-in storage is further expandable via MicroSD up to 512GB. The rear side has dual cameras, the primary sensor is 13MP with f/1.9 aperture whereas the secondary sensor is 5MP ultra-wide angle module. Up front, the selfie snapper is 8MP with f/2.0 aperture.

The fingerprint scanner is on the rear side in the center. Unfortunately, it is pre-installed with the Android Oreo 8.1 with Experience 9.5 skin over it when most of the latest phones are running on Android Pie. A 5,000mAH battery is on board to keep its lights on. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the Galaxy M20 availability via an open sale in the comments section below. Stay tuned.


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