Samsung to replace Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C series with Galaxy M series; storage options leaked

“The first Galaxy M-series smartphone will be called Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30, which happens to be the first dual digit nomenclature from the brand”

There have been talks of Samsung launching an all new Galaxy M-series of smartphones. It was being speculated that the chaebol might scrape the entire Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C series in favour of the new line-up of smartphones. And now, the storage variants of the upcoming smartphones have been revealed.

Samsung Galaxy M series storage variants

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According to the reports, there are two new smartphones in the works at the moment under the Galaxy M-series. The upcoming smartphones bear model numbers – SM-M205F and SM-M305F. The reports claim that the former will come in two configurations – 32GB and 64GB. And the latter will be offered in 64GB and 128GB options.

Samsung Galaxy M series name, specifications 

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It’s being speculated that the smartphones will be called Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30. If this is indeed the case, then it will be the first for the South Korean handset maker to opt for double-digit product names. While there is no information available regarding the spec sheet of these handsets, it’s being speculated that they will be offered with a dual SIM slot and some markets might receive the single SIM variants as well.

However, nothing concrete is really known about the upcoming smartphones at the moment. We should know more in the coming days when more details turn up, so stay tuned.

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