This week saw a report surfaced online which claimed that South Korean technology giant Samsung is all set to launch its Galaxy M-Series smartphones in India January 2019. And now, another report in IANS has emerged that says that the M-series smartphones will come with Samsung’s Infinity-V displays and will be up to 6.4-inches in size. Furthermore, it has also been revealed that the smartphones will batteries that are larger than any that we have seen on Samsung devices yet.
According to IANS, the smartphone giant is expected to launch four smartphones in India in its Galaxy M series – Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30, and Galaxy M40. A different report claims that these smartphones by Samsung will be known as Galaxy M1, Galaxy M2, Galaxy M3, and Galaxy M4.
It has also been said that Samsung will be launching its Galaxy M50 or Galaxy M5 smartphone in India along with these four smartphones, however, as of now, this is just a speculation.
With its Galaxy M series, Samsung is said to be working on replacing its current Galaxy J and Galaxy On series in India. It is worth noticing that the two series dominated the budget and mid-range segments of the Indian smartphone market before the likes of Xiaomi saw success in India.
The report in IANS went on to say that the launch of Galaxy M smartphones in India is followed by months of research and development carried out by the company in the country to consolidate its position in the market and to launch smartphones aimed at millennials.
This year saw Samsung revamp its Galaxy A series with Galaxy A7 (2018) and Galaxy A9 (2018) smartphones. While the former sports a triple rear camera setup, the latter is the world’s first smartphone to come with four cameras on its back panel.
Next year will be an interesting one for Samsung as, besides Galaxy M series, it will be seen launching its tenth-anniversary special Galaxy S10 smartphones. The South Korean smartphone will also be seen launching its foldable phone in 2019, which it earlier showcased at its developer conference last month.