Today we have got the official information about M series by Samsung. This report was generated by an interview of Samsung India VP Asim Warsi by a youtuber popularly known as Technical Guruji.
As the report from Asim Warsi , M series is coming in 3 models which includes all special features by Samsung could be ever seen in a Samsung smartphone. We will know 4 important and major things in M series
As for battery he told M series comes with 5000 mah battery and also improve the battery life by battery enhancement software’s. It is the biggest battery ever in Samsung phones. They using some battery optimizations for improving battery life. As of now battery optimizations are available in only in One UI. So it could feature android 9.0 with One UI on top . So it is clear that its coming with One UI.
It will also feature Samsung adaptive fast charging based on quick charging 2.0 with USB Type C Port
In m series the display starts from 6.2″ to max 6.7″ . He also said that these M series has 2 excellent displays in LCD technology which means Full HD + displays and super AMOLED display in more premium variant of M series. These phones come with waterdrop notch, i mean Infinity U and Infinity V displays officially to offer 91% screen to body ratio.
These M series features 3 Exynos processors in different price ranges . As by Asim he saying that 2 new Exynos processors are featuring the 2 phones & 1 old Exynos processor. The model higher end model has NFC and which will support MST for Samsung pay. Guess the processors and reply in the comment section.
Here M series starts with Dual cameras with 2 phones and a Triple camera on premium M series phone . Here we can expect a Primary sensor and Depth sensor in Dual camera & Primary sensor, Depth sensor and a Wide angle sensor in Triple camera which will be great in that price range from Samsung.
M series is hitting the Indian mobile market with an Aggressive pricing 1 phone below 10k and 2 phones in 10k – 20k price bracket. This is very interesting by Samsung.
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