Samsung seems to be working on its 2020 M-series smartphones. Recently a report suggested that the brand reportedly started the production of the Galaxy M51 in Noida in India. Ahead of the Galaxy M51, the Galaxy M11 and M31 were in reportedly in development earlier this month. Now Sammobile reports that the South Korean tech giant is also working on the Galaxy M21 smartphone. The handset is also under the manufacturing process at the brand’s factories somewhere. The Galaxy M21 will arrive as the successor to the Galaxy M20, which was one of the best-selling smartphones on Amazon India this year.
The Galaxy M21 reportedly has the model number SM-215F, and it will arrive in 64GB and 128GB storage variants. To recall, the Galaxy M20 offered 32GB as a base storage variant along with the higher-end 64GB model. We can also expect that the Galaxy M21 will come with higher RAM than its predecessor. Rest of the specifications of the smartphone are not known yet. However, we can expect the handset to boot Android 10 out of the box. Notably, the Galaxy M20 has already received the Android 10 update. The other rumoured specifications of the Galaxy M21 include an Exynos 9610 or Exynos 9611 processor and a triple primary camera setup at the rear.
The report further claims that the 2020 Galaxy M-series smartphones will be available in common colours like Black and Blue. Each device will get a third different colour for specific phones including Violet for the Galaxy M11, Green for the Galaxy M21, and Red for the Galaxy M31.
The Galaxy M10 and M20 were launched in India in January this year, while the M30 hit the stores in February. We expect Samsung to follow a similar launch timeline for the 2020 M-series. We will bring you more details in the coming weeks as soon as anything surfaces on the interwebs, so stay tuned for regular updates.