Samsung is reportedly working on its next smartphone lineup, the M-series. The M-series smartphone from the South Korean electronics manufacturer is slated to make ground early next year. The new M lineup has been tipped to get the new Infinity-V display with screen sizes of up to 6.4-inches and bigger batteries. Probably bigger than any Samsung smartphone, according to industry sources quoted by the IANS.
The tech giant is slated to launch up to four smartphones for the Galaxy-M series. The smartphones are Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30, and the Galaxy M40, sources told IANS.
The launch of the four smartphones for the Indian market, the Galaxy M-Series lineup is in line with the company’s move to strengthen its position among the buyers, reported IANS.
The M-Series launch comes close to the launch of the Galaxy A7 and the Galaxy A9 – Samsung’s first ever triple and quadruple lens setup camera smartphones.
Apart from the A7 and A9 Galaxy smartphones, Samsung also launched its flagship series – Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus, and the Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy Note 9 was one of the first flagship smartphones which came with a liquid cooling system in a copper heat sink. The Galaxy Note 9 came with 6GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB variants and the system powered by an Exynos octa-core chipset. Internal memory is expandable to 512GB via microSD. The Galaxy Note 9 also get AI-assisted camera optics and is powered by a 4,000mAh battery.
In the report, Samsung India will be launching a number of products in the Indian market domain so as to maintain one of the top electronics seller position in the country.