Samsung Galaxy M coming to India on January 28 as Amazon exclusive


Samsung has announced that the smartphones will be catered towards millennials and will be unveiled on January 28 in what will be the global launch of the series.

The Galaxy M series will be sold exclusively via Amazon India and Samsung's Online Shop as well.

In December, the government had introduced new regulations - effective February 1 - that would bar online marketplaces with foreign investments from selling products of the companies where they hold stakes, and ban exclusive marketing arrangements.

The company's new M-series of smartphones will be targeted at "millennials", who are flocking to ecommerce platforms to buy smartphones, a customer segment that played a major role in helping Xiaomi outpace Samsung.

India has been Samsung's biggest market even before the arrival of Android and till now, it's one the key players in the Android smartphone market.

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As per earlier reports, Samsung-M series can be priced as low as Rs 9500 for the base variant.

It seems that Samsung now wants to aggressively target the sub-Rs 10,000 category. The Galaxy M10, M20 and M30 are likely to be unveiled on the launch day, but as Samsung confirmed, the sales of these smartphones will only begin on March 5.

For months, there have been rumours of Samsung planning to phase out Galaxy J mobile portfolio with the new Galaxy M series and now we a have official confirmation from the company itself. This can feature a triple camera set-up. This is a new affordable smartphone line up that offers a large battery and a new type of display that gives you a larger view. The Galaxy M30 is the top dog with a 6.3” screen and huge 5,000mAh battery.

Samsung also touts things like "3x faster charging", "a powerful processor", and "Oh-mAh-God battery", but actual specifications are still up in the air.