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Samsung Galaxy M40 & A10s Launching Soon in India

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Samsung launched its M series smartphones earlier this year. They launched some devices like M10, M20 & M30, with these devices they were back to the budget segment. Now a new device is going to be launched in the series i.e M40. A few weeks ago we reported that M40 was spotted in geekbench and as per geekbench the device was coupled by Snapdragon 675.

Some sources reveal that M40 will be launched soon in the country. A device named Galaxy A10s will be also launched with Galaxy M40. The Galaxy A10s has the model number SM-A107, which would be the variant of already launched A10.

The Galaxy M40 will spot a 6.3 inch super AMOLED display coupled with Snapdragon 675. As we said above, it was spotted in geekbench with the chipset. The chip was used in devices like Redmi Note 7 Pro, Samsung Galaxy A70 etc.

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It is expected to be paired with 6GB RAM and a massive 5000 mAh battery. The device would launch in India under the price tag of ₹ 25,000. The device would be available in Black, Blue and Orange colours. Reports say that Samsung is on work of another Galaxy M30 with model number SM-M307 which would be launched as M30s.

The high-end series ‘A’ smartphones are also under work with model numbers SM-A907 and SM-A908N. We don’t when actually these devices would launch. The Galaxy A10s was recently spotted in Geekbench website with MediaTek Helio P22 chipset which is an octa-core processor. The smartphone will be coupled with 2GB RAM like the Galaxy A10. The phone will come with Android Pie on top of OneUI. We don’t have information about the device right now.

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