The Galaxy M20 is Samsung’s one of the low-end lineup smartphone which firstly launched in India. Now Samsung has launched this smartphone in South Korea to target the budget customers. The decision will help the company to expand its market for Galaxy M20 as well as tap the potential of the Korean market for low-end smartphones.
At present in pre-sale, the smartphone is available to purchase from online store Musha, the Aliexpress site in Korea. On Musha, it goes on sale for $186 for 3GB/32GB version & $215 for 64GB. It is available in Black & Blue color option though at the moment a 64GB version of the Blue color is not on sale.
The device will go on sale from 15th July via Samsung’s online mall and other e-commerce platforms such as Gmarket and Auction. Galaxy M20 will sell for 22,000 won, and it is available in black charcoal color option, soon Blue version will join.
Galaxy M20 features 6.3 inches droop notch display with high-resolution support of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The device runs on Android 8.1 Oreo and can upgrade to the latest Android 9.0 Pie, and Exynos 7904 Octa-core processor powers it. It features 13MP and 5MP primary camera setup and 8MP selfie camera. A non-removable Li-Po 5000mAh battery fuels the device with a fast charging support of 15W.
To celebrate the pre-sell of the device, Samsung and Musha will also sell a unique package. It created in collaboration with several fashion brands like Viva Studio, Kinshi, Cricity, and Mark Gonzalez. Galaxy M lineup is the result of Samsung’s efforts to beat the competition from the rivals in the low-end and mid-range smartphone segment.
Source: Samsung (Korea)