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For months, there have been rumours of Samsung planning to phase out Galaxy J mobile portfolio with the new Galaxy M series and now we a have official confirmation from the company itself. Two smartphones, the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 are expected, and Samsung has revealed that it will unveil these on January 28. Samsung's online sales in India are expected to double after this launch.
Samsung has launched a microsite for an upcoming Galaxy M device - likely the Galaxy M20, judging by the dual-camera setup on its back - and, sure enough, it has an Infinity-V display with a single selfie lens occupying the small notch up top.
Earlier, Samsung confirmed the Galaxy M devices would be priced between Rs 10,000 and Rs 20,000, giving a tough fight to brands such as Xiaomi, Asus, Honor, HMD Global and Motorola. The new M-series might help bolster the company's offerings in the budget segment. In comparison, Xiaomi had a 27 per cent market share and recorded its highest ever shipments in India in a single quarter.