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Samsung Galaxy M20 with 5000mAh battery launch around the corner | Report

19 December 2018 3

Samsung has been rumored to be working on a new mid-range series Galaxy M for quite some time. There have been talks about two phones named Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 which will be marking the debut of the series. And now, it is time for a new Galaxy M20 leak suggesting that an official launch is just around the corner.

The leak is coming from an online Dutch publication AllAboutSamsung revealing what to expect. It mentions that the Galaxy M20 will be bearing the model number SM-M205. It is said to be the first-ever Samsung smartphone with a 5000mAh battery. We have seen various phones featuring such a huge battery capacity but Samsung will be opting for the same for the first time.

The display size is currently unknown but it is expected to sport a waterdrop-styled notch. Although, it could also be the first phone to sport Samsung's Infinity-U display. The dimensions are said to be 156.4 x 74.5 x 8.8 mm. It is likely to feature 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel dual rear cameras set up along with an 8-megapixel front camera.

This is pretty much what is known about the Galaxy M20 at the moment. As for the Galaxy M10, it is rumored to feature the Exynos 7870 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. There is said to be an LCD display panel and Android 8.1 Oreo on the software front. The exact launch date is unknown but it is expected to get official in selected markets of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East before expanding to more regions.

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