In an attempt to further strengthen its presence in the budget and middle class segment, Samsung allegedly plans to add two new smart phones to its Galaxy A and Galaxy M series in India. South Korean giant consumer electronics allegedly want to launch the Galaxy M40 in India, with Galaxy A10s. Both phones should only be discovered, however, in the past they have seen them several times. Galaxy A10s will allegedly be an improvement over the Galaxy A10, while the Galaxy M40 will be a middle class phone that will lend the features of the recently launched Galaxy A60.
The Galaxy M40 recently received a Wi-Fi certificate and was also noted on the Geekbench pack of octa-core Snapdragon 675 SoC in combination with 6GB of RAM. As per a twitter by the tip of Ishan Agarwala, the Galaxy M40 will soon be launched in India with Galaxy A10s. The Galaxy M40 comes with a 6.3-inch screen and allegedly appears on shelves in blue, orange and black.
The Galaxy M40 is equipped with a 5.000mAh battery, a Super AMOLED display, triple rear cameras and 128GB of internal memory. The phone will allegedly be identical to the Galaxy A60, which was recently introduced in China. If it turns out to be true, the upcoming Samsung phone can offer a 6.3-inch Infinity-O screen with holes design, triple rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor along with the slope design.
As for Galaxy A10s, it is expected to be a slightly modified version of the Galaxy A10 that was sold in India more than two months ago. The Galaxy A10s will allegedly wear the SM-A107 model number and will be available in green, black and blue after launch in India. The phone will, as reported, run the MediaTek Helio P22 processor with 2 GB of RAM and run a single Android-based UI but there is no word about the approximate startup timing or pricing.