Samsung will launch its new, cheaper Galaxy M series in India before the smartphones hit the market worldwide. Asim Warsi, Samsung India's senior vice president of the smartphone business, told Reuters that by the end of January, three devices will be available through its website and Amazon India to help the company double its online sales.
Samsung is currently trying to do so In India, the world's second-largest smartphone market after China, the company took its lead after losing to Xiaomi in late 2017 when Xiaomi's sales in India Samsung for the first time, according to data from Canalys and Counterpoint outdated.  The Xmiomi Budget Redmi series gave her an edge, as Samsung had few competitors in the same price range. However, analysts noted that the Korean electronics giant has a lead in terms of R & D and supply chain expertise. Samsung took advantage of these strengths last year and opened the world's largest mobile phone factory in Noida, just outside of New Delhi.
Specifications for the three Galaxy M smartphones have surfaced over the past month, details of which can be seen on the Geekbench platform benchmark devices named M1
Warsi told Reuters that "the M series was built around Indian millennial consumers." The price range In India's first smartphones will be from less than 10,000 rupees (about 142 US dollars) to 20,000 rupees. TechCrunch has sent Samsung more information about the new phones via email.
The company will introduce the latest version of its flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone on February 20 in San Francisco.