Yesterday, Samsung expanded its A-series smartphones with the launch of Galaxy A51 and A71. Now a new report claims that the South Korean brand is working on the successors to the Galaxy M10 and M30. As per SamMobile, the Galaxy M11 and M31 are currently in the early stages of development. The report says that the Ax1 naming convention that Samsung is using for the 2020 Galaxy A series will be used for the 2020 Galaxy M-series as well. To recall, the Galaxy M10 and M30 were launched earlier this year in January and February respectively. The Galaxy M-series caters to the budget segment and has performed very well in the Indian market.
Details about the upcoming Galaxy M11 and M31 are scarce at the moment since the smartphones are in early stages of development. The M11 is expected to pack 32GB internal storage while the M31 will reportedly offer 64GB onboard storage. The 2020 Galaxy A-series smartphones come with Infinity-O displays, an in-display fingerprint scanner and a quad-camera setup. Therefore it’s likely that the upcoming Galaxy M smartphones will come with significant upgrades compared to its predecessor.
Samsung’s Galaxy M-lineup also includes Galaxy M20 and M40. The company is also expected to launch its successors as Galaxy M21 and M41. In related news, Samsung has started releasing OneUI 2.0 based on Android 10 OS update for M20 and M30 users in India.
Samsung is expected to follow the same launch time-frame for its upcoming Galaxy M11 and M31 as its predecessor. So we expect the new smartphones to launch around the same time in 2020.