The manufacturer is preparing a new budget line Galaxy M, which can replace a few existing batches in the company's available bidding segment. Additionally, the new Samsung Galaxy M devices will be the first smart phone of the South Korean technological jewel with a cutout. In this case – in the form of droplets.
After the release of several new Infinity display screens in 2018, numerous authoritative sources reported that the Galaxy M series could be equipped with Infinity-V screens (that is, with a drop-like cutout). Well, this information now seems to be confirmed by Samsung itself.
The company launched the microswitch for the first device of the future Galaxy M line – probably Galaxy M20, judging by the position of the two cameras on the back panel. The selfie camera is set on a droplet shaped décolleté. The disadvantage is that the bottom frame does not show, which most likely means it will be wide. The fingerprint scanner is located on the back.
Finally, on the official site is the launch date for the new Galaxy M device – January 28th. The device is expected to be first available in India – one of the largest smart phone markets – where it will only be sold to Samsung's online store and some other retailers.
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