Samsung will release the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones early next year. Now, we have already reported that the Galaxy S10 will have bezel-less displays. However, the interesting part is that the devices will have Samsung’s Infinity display panels. Samsung’s display department had released prototypes of latest Infinity displays named as Infinity-O, Infinity-V, Infinity-U, and Infinity. We already saw the Infinity-O display in the Galaxy A8s. Now, it seems that we will have our first look at the Infinity-V displays with the Galaxy M-series.
Samsung Galaxy M-series with Infinity-V display
There are multiple reports stating that Samsung is releasing Galaxy M-series soon. Now, reports also suggest that the Galaxy M series is being launched by Samsung India. This means that the Galaxy M-series may or may not launch out of India. On the other hand, Samsung India has carried out months of research for the Galaxy M-series. This indicates that Galaxy M-series will feature mid-range smartphones catered for Indian users.
Regarding the Galaxy M-series, Samsung India is expected to launch as much as 4 smartphones in the series. The smartphone with the maximum display will reportedly be 6.4-inches in size. The interesting part, however, is that the display will be Infinity-V from Samsung Display. Talking about Infinity-V displays, they are similar to smartphones with waterdrop or teardrop notch. Basically, you have a V-shaped notch or cutout in the middle of the display.
The report regarding the launch of Galaxy M-series was first published by IANS. According to IANS, Samsung will launch Galaxy M10, M20, M30 and M40 in the Galaxy M-series. However, it is possible that more smartphones may be released in this series. Now, it is expected that the Galaxy M40 will be the premium (mid-range) smartphone in this series. Whereas the Galaxy M10 will be the entry-level offering from Samsung. The Galaxy M-series will also have the largest batteries ever on a Samsung smartphone, reports claim.
IANS also reports that the launch of Galaxy M-series is following months of R&D by Samsung India. With this launch, Samsung aims to consolidate their position among Indian millennials. Samsung is reportedly losing some ground to the likes of Xiaomi, Huawei’s Honor and even Realme in India. Because Chinese OEMs are known to offer great mid-range smartphones at a budget.
Furthermore, IANS also reports that Samsung will launch even more products in India next year. Due to the fact that Samsung also wants to maintain their top position in the country.