Samsung Galaxy M20 live images leaks, suggests water-drop notch design

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Samsung is all set to introduce its budget-friendly smartphones, the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, which would be its new M series in India. We learned a while back that Samsung could be introducing the waterdrop notch design on this new Galaxy series. Today, an exclusive from 91Mobiles almost confirms that the South Korean could very well be introducing the waterdrop notch.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 smartphones to start from Rs 10,000: report

Samsung Galaxy M20: Infinity-V display 

The company is said to call it the Infinity-V display. It’s nothing new, but an alternative name to call a waterdrop notch. You can see the cutout in the form of V-shape on the top edge, leaving the space for selfie camera. Interestingly, the bezels are pretty narrow.

There is not much new about the phone except for the fact that its new Galaxy phones would be coming with an Infinity-V display. As far as the Galaxy M20 specifications are concerned, it will be housing a dual rear camera setup on the rear. The cameras would be placed on the top left corner in a vertical format.

Galaxy M20

Talking about the design of the phone, it is said to sport a polycarbonate body with a glass finish for a premium look and feel. On the bottom edge, it could house a 3.5mm audio jack, USB Type-C port, and a speaker grill. Further, the report also mentions that Samsung could offer as much as 5000mAh capacity battery.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy M20 could sport a dual rear camera setup as per leaked images

What do you think of the Samsung Galaxy M20 smartphone in India? Would you be interested in this smartphone? Let us know in the comment section below.


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