Samsung is reportedly working on the new Galaxy M range of smartphones, which includes Galaxy M10 (SM-M105F), Galaxy M20 (SM-M205F) and Galaxy M30 (SM-M305F). Some of the specifications of these have already surfaced in the recent leaks. A fresh report on 91mobiles claims that the South Korean company has already begun the mass production of the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 smartphones in India.
The report reveals that Samsung’s massive factory situated in Noida has started manufacturing the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M30 phones. Since the mass production of these devices is in full swing, it is very likely that Samsung may announce them in the coming month or two.
The Galaxy M20 was recently spotted sporting a notched display with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. To be precise, it is expected to feature the Infinity-U notch. There is no confirmation on whether the M10 and M30 phones also feature the u-shaped notch.
As far as the specs of the Galaxy M10 is concerned, it is speculated to be debut as an entry-level smartphone with storage choices like 16GB and 32GB. Its appearance on Geekbench benchmarking platform revealed that it features Exynos 7870, and 3GB of RAM.
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When it comes to Galaxy M20, its recent appearance on AnTuTu revealed that it features 32GB storage, 3GB of RAM, and Exynos 7885 SoC. It is also rumored to arrive in 64GB models. The Galaxy M30 could be a more powerful phone than M20 and M10 since it is tipped to arrive in 64GB and 128GB models.
The Galaxy M series is expected to succeed Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy C series phones from Samsung. The Galaxy M lineup will feature LCD displays instead of AMOLED. It will carry support for dual-SIMs, and it will be aimed towards emerging markets.