16 January 2019
Several leaks on Galaxy S10 have already told you what to expect from Samsung in the coming year. In fact, several hearsays have also started to build up for the Galaxy Note 10. But those are the flagship phones and the South Korean company, has, of course, more to offer.
According to a report came in last month, Samsung is replacing its existing Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C smartphones with a new Galaxy M-series. And, the information on some of the first smartphones of its series started to appear quite early.
Now, a new report from IANS citing its reliable industry sources, claims that the global launch of the Galaxy M-series from Samsung will happen in India in January. To date, we have heard about the Galaxy M10, M20, M30, and M50 and reportedly, they could launch as Galaxy M1, M2, M3, M4, and M5 phones.
Very recently, the Galaxy M30 spotted on Geekbench with Exynos 7885 processor and 4GB RAM. It runs Android 8.1 Oreo OS and can also launch in a 6GB RAM variant. While this is a mid-range offering, you can also expect an entry-level device from the Galaxy M-series.
The upcoming Galaxy M-series replaces the company’s three major series, and it’s expected to offer the amalgamation of the features with the new Phones. The company is reportedly also planning to refresh its Galaxy A series, however, the name will remain the same and it may make use of LCD displays.
We are yet to know exactly when India launch will mark the global debut of Galaxy ‘M’ series.