Samsung – the South Korean tech giant has announced to launch a new low-budget smartphone category named as Galaxy M in order to compete with the Chinese brands gradually dominating that segment of the market.

As per media reports, Samsung has scheduled to launch Galaxy M globally starting from India. It is expected that the new series will also make its way to other Asian markets including Pakistan in the next phase. Samsung claims that the Galaxy M is developed targeting the young millennial consumers.

Not to mention that Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Huawei and OPPO have started toughing the playground of giants like Samsung and Apple. The Chinese tech giants offer better smartphones specs in comparatively very less price brackets targeting the users who are low on budget.

Xiaomi, one such smartphone manufacturer, just launched Redmi Note 7 a sub $150 smartphone with 48 MP of camera.

About Galaxy M

According to the leaks, Samsung would be launching three new smartphones in the Galaxy M series namely Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30. The smartphone would have more powerful features in lowered price brackets.


Samsung says:

“The powerful display, the powerful camera, the powerful battery and the powerful processor helps the smartphones deliver power-packed performance.”

Although, not yet officially revealed, it is said that these smartphones would cost between $150 to $200 and might have Samsung’s Infinity V Display and Exynos chipsets. One of the smartphones might even get a huge battery of up to 5,000 mAh.

Stay tuned to know more about Galaxy M in coming days.