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Cheap phones are a dime a dozen these days, especially in India, so it'll be interesting to see how Samsung will battle Xiaomi's new Redmi sub-brand and other competitors like Asus and RealMe to regain the top spot in the Indian smartphone market this year. In case you were having doubts, Samsung has cleared all that up with a microsite dedicated to Galaxy M series. Rumours also claim that Samsung might launch the premium Galaxy M40 at the same event, but nothing is confirmed by the brand at the moment. A new report by SamMobile suggests that the phone will be second by Samsung, after Galaxy A9 Pro (review), to come with a 5,000mAh battery. For more details, we will have to wait for a couple of weeks as Samsung will announce the new phone (s) on January 28. The Galaxy M20's manual reveals that the volume buttons are placed on the right and power buttons are below them.
While M20 is expected to have 5,000mAh battery, which will Samsung's first ever tryst in India. The phone could also come with digital zoom up to 4x and the secondary 5MP camera will have a pixel size of 1.12 μm with f/2.2 aperture. The Galaxy M20 is said to be powered by an Exynos 7904 chipset which will be paired with 4GB of RAM for multitasking and will offer a storage space of 32GB.
The India-made phones, priced from less than 10,000 rupees ($141.80) up to 20,000 rupees, will carry chunkier batteries and features such as quick charging, Warsi said.