Samsung is expected to announce a new mid-range Galaxy M series which is rumoured to replace the existing Galaxy J and Galaxy On series. Androidpure has received renders of upcoming Samsung Galaxy M20 Screen protector which reveal two important features of the upcoming phone.
Galaxy M20 Waterdrop Display
Check out the Render of the screen protector:
The render above confirms that the phone features a waterdrop display instead of the conventional wide notch at the top of the display. It also indicates a higher screen to body ratio for the smartphone with narrow bezels at all side with a slightly bigger bezel at the bottom side. The Render reproduced below also indicates a possible size of the display.
The render above suggests the height of the Galaxy M20 as 6.0 inches which indicate the size of the display as 6.3 – 6.4 inches (measured by the diagonal length). At the moment, we are not sure about the exact size, but we know now that it will be big. Unfortunately, this render doesn’t reveal any other additional details about the design or the hardware specifications.
Based on the rumours till date, Samsung Galaxy M20 will be one of the first devices in the Samsung Galaxy M series. Under the hood, it is rumoured to be powered by octa-core Exynos 7885 processor clocked at 1.6GHz along with 3GB of RAM. It is rumoured to feature a full HD+ display having an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and 32GB internal storage running Android 8.1 (Oreo) based operating system.
In terms of camera, it is expected to feature a dual camera module aligned vertically with the conventional fingerprint sensor on the rear panel. In terms of battery, it is expected to pack a whopping 5,000 mAh battery. Reports indicate that the mass production of M series smartphones in India is already going on at the company’s Noida factory. The phone is expected to be priced aggressively under Rs.15,000.