The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy M-series smartphones are finally confirmed to be making their way to India. Samsung has announced that the smartphones will be catered towards millennials and will be unveiled on January 28 in the global launch of the series. It is therefore confirmed that both phones are available at Amazon and Samsung online stores.
The Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 are said to feature "powerful displays, cameras, batteries, and processors." Xiaomi, which has a high price for a low price point.
OEMs like Asus and Realme followed a similar strategy in 2018, which has worked for them, and Samsung as an established player is capable of turning things around with a better hardware proposition.
So Samsung also revealed to Reuters that India wants to be the first country where the M-series wants to debut. Xiaomi to regains its lost spot in the segment. More so, because Samsung's Indian market has become a counterpoint report.
India has been Samsung's biggest market even before the arrival of Android and till now, it's one of the key players in the Android smartphone market. Last year, the company opened the world's largest mobile phone manufacturing plant on the outskirts of Delhi. India has been among the company's highly focused regions.