[Exclusive]: Samsung Galaxy M20 images show dual rear cameras, 3.5mm jack, and more

“Samsung Galaxy M20 will have dual rear cameras, fingerprint sensor on the back, 3.5mm earphone jack, and USB Type-C port, the images reveal”

Samsung Galaxy M20 smartphone is already in production in India, alongside its sibling Galaxy M10. 91mobiles had recently shared an exclusive image of the Galaxy M20 front panel, showing the waterdrop notch. Now, we have got our hands on a couple of more images that reveal a few new details about the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy M20 back panel

The leaked image of the Galaxy M20 case shows a pill-shaped cutout on the top right, suggesting the handset will have vertically stacked dual rear cameras. Below the camera module will the LED flash and a fingerprint sensor will be positioned on the back as well.

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Samsung Galaxy M20 bottom

The other Galaxy M20 image shows the smartphone will retain the 3.5mm earphone jack, which will come as a relief in the wake of Samsung launching the Galaxy A8s as its first smartphone without the jack. There is a USB Type-C port on the bottom as well a tiny hole for the mic and the speaker grille.

Previously, we had reported exclusively that Samsung has started manufacturing Galaxy M20 as well as Galaxy M10 at its Noida factory. The leaked image of the front panel showed the handset with thin bezels on the sides, a prominent chin, and a waterdrop notch to house the selfie camera. We had also reported that the Galaxy M20 price in India will be under Rs 15,000, while the Galaxy M10 would cost less than Rs 10,000. The upcoming Galaxy M series is part of Samsung’s strategy to refresh its smartphone range and is rumoured to be replacing Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C lineups.

Via Mukesh Singh

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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