Samsung Galaxy M50 is all set to arrive in India on November 15; report

Galaxy M50 Series

According to a report published on 91Mobiles, Samsung is all set to introduce the successor to its much popular mid-ranger, the Galaxy M40. Launched a couple of months back, this handset has garnered a lot of attention in the sub Rs 15,000 price bracket in India. And Samsung is looking to sell more Galaxy M series handset as it is all set to introduce Galaxy M40 successor. It could iteratively be called as Galaxy M50. 

What do we know so far about the purported Samsung Galaxy M50?

Getting a hold of Samsung’s notification to its retail partners stating, “We look to provide the next M-series smartphone”. 91Mobiles has posted a report, where Samsung is believed to be working on a Galaxy M50 smartphone. At this moment, the detail of the device is unknown, but its existence is confirmed. 

As far as the launch date is concerned, it could come on November 15. Furthermore, the next Galaxy M series handset could not be restricted to just online sales. As per the report, the Galaxy M50 could be made available offline at the same price as online. The earlier models had different pricing when they were later launched offline. 

Samsung Galaxy M50 - Coming

The South Korean giant is yet to roll out the press invite of the event. With the expected launch date approaching soon, we may see Samsung sharing the media invite soon. Recalling the specs sheet of the Galaxy M40, it came with Snapdragon 675 processor, Super AMOLED display, triple rear camera setup, and a large 5000 mAh capacity battery.  

As far as the Samsung Galaxy M50 price in India is concerned. We don’t know if it will be priced under Rs 20,000 or above. Stay tuned for more information on this, on our website. 


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