Samsung Galaxy M20 could be powered by Exynos 7904 SoC, suggests Bluetooth certification

“The Galaxy M20 is expected to be a mid-range offering with a massive 5,000mAh battery”

If you haven’t been living under a rock lately, you might know that Samsung is planning to debut its brand-new Galaxy M series of smartphones soon. Initially, the phone maker is expected to introduce three handsets under the series called the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30. Ahead of the unveiling, the Galaxy M20 was recently certified by Wi-Fi Alliance, which revealed that the phone will boot Android 8.0 Oreo. Now, the handset has just been spotted on Bluetooth SIG’s website, which has revealed a few details about the device.

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Samsung Galaxy M20 Bluetooth SIG

The Samsung Galaxy M20 has received Bluetooth certification just earlier today. The certification reveals that the smartphone will come with Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity support. Most importantly, the listing suggests that the Galaxy M20 could be powered by a Samsung Exynos 7904 processor. Notably, the Exynos 7904 is one of the latest mid-range SoCs from the brand in the Exynos 7 series, which was unveiled at the Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum event in New Delhi in September, 2018. Notably, the certification also mentions the Exynos 7884 and 7885 SoCs, so it’s quite possible that some of the variants of the phone could utilise these processors. It’s also feasible that the test models of the handset were using the older chipsets.  

Since the Samsung Galaxy M20 has already received the necessary certification from various regulatory authorities, we can expect the brand to unveil the smartphone very soon, possibly later this month.

Key Specs

Samsung Galaxy M20
Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7904 | 3 GBProcessor
6.3 inches (16 cm) Display
13 MP + 5 MPRear camera
8 MPSelfie camera
5000 mAh Battery
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Expert Rating



  • Stunning display
  • Capable dual rear cameras
  • Good performance
  • Impressive battery backup


  • Camera struggles in low light
  • Face unlock isn't the fastest
  • No protective case or a fast charger bundled in
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