Samsung Galaxy M20's screen glass leaks, check out the teardrop notch
Now that assembly of Galaxy M phones has started, we’re bound to see more leaks of the hardware. Today a photo of the screen glass for the Galaxy M20 has surfaced, showing a teardrop notch – a first for Samsung, which was one of the few remaining makers without a notch in their lineup.
That screen measures 5.6” and will reportedly feature a Super AMOLED panel with 1080p+ resolution. Galaxy On phones (which the M-series aims to replace) usually sported LCDs in the lower levels and even the higher standing Galaxy A8s may go with LCD.
The Samsung Galaxy M20 is shaping up to be a very impressive entry-level phone. Benchmarks show it will be powered by an Exynos 7885 chipset. It will come in two configurations: 3/32GB and 4/64GB. The rumored battery capacity of 3,300mAh seems quite generous for a phone of this size and in this market segment.
Other unofficial specifications include a 16MP main camera on the back and a 5MP selfie cam. No dual cameras by the looks of it (certainly not on the front).
There’s still no indication of Samsung will introduce the new M-series, but expect to see them in early 2019 (since production is already underway).
- 09 Dec 2018
give the note8 to me, i'm dying with xperia x performance right now :(
- 07 Dec 2018
I bought the Mate 20 Pro and I am very happy. :) Giving the Note8 to someone who needs a phone.
- 07 Dec 2018
This is just a "leak", for all we know it could be completely false. Besides, this is one of their mid-range phones. If this is real they're most likely doing this to test the water.