Followed with the announcement of Galaxy M-series last week, Samsung launched the new Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 in India that will be targeting the budget smartphones segment. Now, according to reports from mysmartprice, Samsung will be launching three new phones under the Galaxy A-series to increase its market share in the budget segment.
The first phones making their way in India will be the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A30 that will feature an AMOLED display in comparison to the PLS TFT display panels on Galaxy M10 and M20. Reports suggest that the Galaxy A series will not feature big batteries like the M series models but what can be said is that the phone could come with at least 4000 mAh battery or less. As far as the pricing is concerned the Galaxy A10 will start at Rs 8,490 in India making it Rs 500 more than the Galaxy M10.
No official release date of the Galaxy A series is out yet, but the company could launch the phones at the end of the first quarter or beginning of the second quarter.
Spotted on Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy A10, A20 and A30 will come powered by Exynos 7885 octa-core processor. The Galaxy A10 is expected to come with 2GB RAM, whereas the Galaxy A20 will come with 3GB RAM and chances are that Galaxy A30 could come with 4GB RAM. In terms of software, the Galaxy A-series smartphones are expected to come with Android 9 Pie based software.