Samsung’s Galaxy M series will be in India from January 28 on wards. The company announced the launch of the M series in India to regain the ground support which was grabbed by the Chinese rival Xiaomi and Huawei.
The company in a press release on Monday confirmed the launch date, adding that the Samsung Galaxy M-Series smartphones will be targeted at ‘young millennials’ and feature ‘powerful’ displays, cameras, batteries, and processors.
Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 – aimed at different price-segments starting from a price range below 10000.
“The M series has been built around and intercepted around Indian millennial consumers,” Asim Warsi said, adding that the phones will be rolled out globally after the Indian launch at the end of January.
The company is planning to sell the products through AmazonIndia.com and thus earning dual benefits.
The India-made phones, priced from less than Rs. 10,000 ($141.80) up to Rs. 20,000, will carry small batteries and features such as quick charging.
Samsung has been sharpening its focus on India, home to more than a billion wireless subscribers and where roughly 350 million users still do not use smartphones.