First introduced in India at the end of January 2019, the Galaxy M20, Samsung's very first notch smartphone (next to the M10), is expected to debut in Europe soon. This is in any case what suggests the discovery of a firmware set up for several countries of the Old Continent.
On January 28, 2019, the multinational Samsung was illustrated through two new mobile devices located between the entrance and the mid-range, and their particularity lies in the presence of a notch shaped drop. A first for the Korean brand, which had previously resisted this trend observed throughout the year 2018. The Galaxy M10 and M20, of their name, could then stand on their own in India.
A firmware that says a lot
Because the aforementioned market remained the only one, at the time, to be able to benefit from it. The second most populous country in the world after China proves to be an extremely lucrative market for the main players in the sector who do not hesitate to reserve new products of all kinds likely to consolidate their position. But the new range proposed by the Asian firm does not seem to be confined to India.
The SamMobile site has indeed spotted a Galaxy M20 firmware for several European countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, Portugal and the Czech Republic. An index that suggests the upcoming deployment of this mobile device in the Old Continent, without we know yet its launch date. In contrast to its price, which one could calculate.
A fee schedule that is a priori aggressive
Given that the M20 was marketed for 10 990 Indian rupees, about 135 euros HT for the 32 GB version of storage and 3 GB of RAM, and 12 990 Indian rupees or about 160 euros HT for the 64 GB version of storage and 4 GB of RAM. It's a safe bet that its European tariff increases very slightly after the addition of various taxes. See if the chaebol will officially announce the news at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), organized in late February in Barcelona, where at its conference dedicated to Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F, its future foldable smartphone.