Just a few days are left for the January 28-launch of Samsung Galaxy M series smartphones. And the company has also hinted that it will be launching two smartphones from the series that day. What’s even better is that Samsung has assured that the two smartphones that will be launched – Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 – will be receiving the Android Pie update.
According to the company’s roadmap in the Samsung Members app suggests that the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 smartphones will be getting the Android Pie update in future. But then, this also goes to show that the two devices will be launched next week with an older version of Android. The two smartphones were first spotted on Members app by SamMobile.
It has been reported that Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 will be getting the Android Pie update in August this year. However, we should mention that this basically means that the two smartphones would get the update after Google unveils Android Q, and ideally they should be launched with the latest Android version. However, since the devices haven’t launched till now, the date of them getting the Android Pie update is only tentative and could definitely change.
But then, the fact that Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 showed up on the Members app just adds more weight to the reports that they are being launched next week. A report by news agency IANS claims that Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 will be priced at Rs 7,990, and Rs 10,990 respectively. However, another report by 91mobiles says that while Samsung Galaxy M10 will be priced at Rs 8,999, Galaxy M20 will bear a price tag of Rs 12,999. It has also been said that they will be available for purchase on Amazon India’s website starting February 5.
The smartphones will come with the Infinity-V display and will have ‘massive’ batteries. While Samsung Galaxy M10 will have a 3,500mAh battery, Galaxy M20 will house a 5,000mAh battery. Samsung has also said that it will be manufacturing the smartphones in its Noida facility, which is the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturing unit.