Samsung seems determined to multiply your mid-range phones until exhaustion, and proof of this is that we no longer only have the models with double surnames but that letters are added to them to unfold them. The A50 and company arrived and the "s" models soon appeared, and now it seems the same will happen with the M series models.
The first of them to be sighted is none other than the beginning of the chain, a brother to the Galaxy M10 that would bear the name of Samsung Galaxy M10s and that it would have, among other things, a more powerful processor than its predecessor. A kind of Plus model, at least as far as the processor is concerned, and of which we already have occasional data.
Up to three unfolded models in the Galaxy M
The first data of this Samsung Galaxy M10s arrive, of course, through a benchmark. Geekbench was the first to let us see a brushstroke of the phone that should become the next Galaxy M10s, the one we now know as SM-M107F. A phone that seems to have 3GB of RAM in this first performance test, and that looks the Exynos 7885 as a brain, thus raising the bar with respect to Exynos 7870 of the previous version.
In addition to this processor and this memory, the Galaxy M10s would be testing with Android 9 Pie, we assume that under the One UI layer characteristic of Samsung for some months now. But in addition to this Galaxy M10s, other mid-range Samsung phones are preparing for a split, and all of the M line of the Korean manufacturer.
Galaxy M10s, Galaxy M20s and Galaxy M30s, will we see more models like that?
Samsung Galaxy M20s and the Galaxy M30s They also take positions on the starting line, both of them, that's what rumors tell, with 6,000 mAh batteries on board. We assume that with fast loading of some kind, although being models of lines so far from the head of the manufacturer's catalog we could find models with normal load, between 5W and 10W.
Thus, it seems that after line A, line M will also unfold. We will see how many models Samsung is able to put into circulation, since it seemed that its catalog contracted after the disappearance of the J line to be absorbed by the models of line A. For now, it seems that we will have a Galaxy A for every ten numbers from 10 to 90 plus its folds. Will the same happen with the Galaxy M?
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