Samsung Galaxy M20s Is In The Work With A Beefy 6,000mAh Battery
Anita - Aug 05, 2019
The successor to the Samsung Galaxy M20 alleged the Galaxy M20s is tipped to have a huge 5,830 mAh battery and bear SM-M207 model number.
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South Korean phone maker Samsung seems to be on a roll this year with the launch of its affordable Galaxy M and A series. As per several rumors and leaks, the next device in the line might be the Galaxy M20’s successor alleged Galaxy M20s.
Accordingly, the upcoming phone is said to sport a beefy 5,830mAh battery, which is even higher the 5,000mAh one in the M20. The model number of the handset is reportedly SM-M207 and its beefy battery will bear EB-BM207ABY product code. It is worth mentioning that the 5,830mAh battery is said to be the “rated” capacity, which means the “typical” capacity of the handset could even be up to 6,000mAh, which is a rounder and nicer number for sure.
It’s not clear when the company will officially launch the Galaxy M20s, and which markets it plans to launch the device. As you may know, some handsets in the Galaxy M series are restricted to several developing markets, and the upcoming Galaxy M smartphone may be the case here as well.
China and India are among the largest markets for Samsung. Therefore, the Galaxy M20s phone is likely to be unveiled in these markets. As the phone’s release day is coming closer, we hope there will be more information about the device.
To recall, Samsung launched the Galaxy M lineup with the release of the Galaxy M20 (Rs. 9,990) and Galaxy M10 (Rs. 8,190) in the Indian market in late January. The series was added the M30 in March and the M40 in early June. Only days before the release of the m40, Samsung announced that it totally shipped over 2 million units of the Galaxy M series. Samsung Galaxy M smartphones series has been available in India via online channels.