Samsung seems to be working on bigger batteries for its entry-level and mid-range categories. The recent reports reveal that the South Korean tech giant is all set to debut its first ever device with fuelled by a massive 5,000 mAh battery unit. The upcoming smartphone is rumored to be named as Galaxy M20.
Although, not officially confirmed by Samsung so far but informed sources endorse that the upcoming Galaxy M series is meant to clean up company’s mid-range lineup that received an overhaul after the recent decision of quitting the Galaxy A series.
Tech blogs reveal that some Wi-Fi licensing documents suggest the existence of an M-series smartphone under the banner of Samsung. The device having model number SM-M105F may get its debut as the Galaxy M20 in near future.
Galaxy M20 – Rumored Specs
The benchmark leaks of the upcoming device reveal that the alleged Galaxy M20 will be powered by a low-mid range 7870 Exynos SoC under the hood. The internals of the device would be limited to the low-end level sporting 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The main point of attraction for the M20 would certainly be the existence of the largest ever power source. The device is confirmed to embed a 5,000 mAh battery unit that beats the Galaxy Note 9 by 1,000 mAh.
Talking about the display, Samsung is likely to use an LCD display instead of an AMOLED for the Galaxy M20. However, we expect to have a taller display on the front mainly because of the phone’s humongous 5,000 battery.
The rumored specs of the photography department reveal that a dual-camera module might be introduced on the rear comprising of 13MP + 5MP configuration whereas the selfie shooter of 8MP lens may sit in a waterdrop notch on the front.
Pricing and Availability
No words on pricing of the upcoming M20 as of now but it has been learnt that the smartphone would get its debut in European and Scandinavian markets by January next year. In its second phase, the smartphone may hit Asian markets including Pakistan and India in the first quarter of 2019.
Stay tuned to know more.