Galaxy M20, Samsung’s Comeback In Business

Next up in the list is the Galaxy M20. In the last article, we read about the first device of the lineup, Galaxy M10. In ascending order of features and pricing, Galaxy M20 is the favoured sibling, has a younger brother and an elder brother.

This device comes with a 16cm (6.3”) FHD+ Infinity V Display(same as that of the last device), with a near bezel-less screen which offers you an immersive experience. The screen to body ratio is greater than 90%, along with 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The display offers a 409 pixel per inch density, which is quite good. One of the main highlights of the device is the huge 5000mAh, which also supports 3 times fast charging. The device comes with an in-box 15W Type-C charger, which gives you the nearly two-day-long juice. Moreover, the device looks similar to its predecessor.

The device is powered by new Exynos 7904 (1.8 GHz) octa-core Processor, which has a powerful A75 ARM core, which works on 14nm FinFET chipset. This basically means that your device will consume less power and perform more efficiently. The processor is supported by Mali-G71 MP2 graphics processor unit. Games like Pubg, Asphalt 8 won’t be a problem. The phone comes with a dual sim, dual VoLTE configuration.

The rear camera on this is same as the one in Galaxy M10, the primary camera being a 13MP (f/1.9) shooter, which will again perform better for low light photography and a 5MP(f/2.0) ultra-wide angle shooter. The secondary camera is an upgrade over the last device. Being an 8MP(f/2.0) shooter, portrait shots will be a good deal with the Selfie Focus and In-Display Flash. The device is an entertainment powerhouse with Widevine L1 Certification to stream HD content and Dolby ATMOS 360surround sound for better music and video experience.

The device also has a Finger Print scanner and also has Face Unlock. The interface is quick and snappy with Samsung Experience v9.5. Comes in same colours, Galaxy M10 was supplied in. Has the Geomagnetic and Gyro Sensor, in addition.

The smartphone is shipped in two models, 3GB + 32GB at 10990INR and 4GB + 64GB at 12990INR. Considering the price point and all that the Korean giant has put in, this smartphone is definitely worth your money and is a tough competition for the existing players in this budget.

Refer to the previous review here :

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