Samsung is getting geared up to launch its new device in the M series which will be called as Galaxy M20. The device has been spotted on FCC and we have also seen M10 smartphone on the certification website recently. The device is expected to come with 3GB of RAM and along with 32GB or 64GB of storage options. The handset will feature a water drop notch which will house the front facing camera but nothing is mentioned about the camera sensor yet.
The upcoming M20 is said to be sporting a 6.13-inch display and has the connectivity options like Bluetooth v5.0 and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. The handset measures 156.4 mm x 74.5 mm x 8.8 mm. In the certification, it is also mentioned that the smartphone will be equipped with a Li-Po battery (EB-BG580ABN) and it could be a 5000 mAh cell according to the previous leaks.
The handset will be coming with the Samsung Exynos 7885 chipset, according to the listing but there are speculations that it might actually come with Exynos 7904. Out of the box, it will be coming with Android 8.1 Oreo operating system with the companies own UI on top and could be getting further updates also when available. The previous rumors suggest that the handset could come with a 13MP main rear facing camera along with a 5MP secondary sensor along with LED flash.
On the front, it is said to be coming with an 8MP selfie camera and the device is expected to be available in Blue and Dark Grey color options. We are not sure when the device will be launched but it might happen soon since the handset has been certified. We can also expect Galaxy M30 to be certified soon which could be the high-end variant among these three. Are you planning to get this smartphone? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.