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Samsung Galaxy M20 live image leak shows dual rear cameras

21 January 2019 3

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy M series has been subject to various leaks and rumors so far. The series will comprise three smartphones named Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 with pricing under Rs. 20,000 for each of them. And now, there is a new Galaxy M20 leak showing the device spotted in wild.

The leak has been shared by MySmartPrice which is an image showing the Galaxy M20 from the back side. It shows that there is a dual rear camera setup which has been aligned vertically. It has an LED flash just below the camera module. In the center, there is a fingerprint scanner followed by the Samsung branding. One can also see the SIM card tray which is on the right side of the image.


The Galaxy M20 is rumored to sport a 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD Infinity-V display. It will be coming with octa-core Exynos 7885 chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM. The dual rear camera setup is said to feature 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel sensors. There will be a huge 5000mAh battery which should last for about two days with ease.

A recent report claimed that Samsung will be pricing the Galaxy M10 for Rs. 7,990 which will make it the most affordable offering in the lineup. The Galaxy M20 will start at Rs. 10,990 for the base model and as said in the beginning, the Galaxy M30 will be most expensive offering. The official launch has already been confirmed for January 28th which is exactly one week away from today. It will be the first Samsung online-exclusive release in collaboration with Amazon India.

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