Samsung kicked off the new year by unveiling a couple of India-first Galaxy M-Series smartphones.
Aside from that, the South Korean handset maker is all set to launch the Galaxy M30 later this month.
Bearing a starting price of 15,000 INR, the Galaxy M30 will go up for sale in the first week of March, industry sources told IANS.
In India, Samsung currently offers the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, making Galaxy M30 the third phone from the coveted Galaxy M-Series to make its debut in the country.
In a bid to go toe-to-toe with Xiaomi’s cost-effective Redmi-Series, Samsung released the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M10 smartphones in India earlier this year, bearing a starting price of 10,990 INR and 7,990 INR, respectively.
The 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM variant of the Galaxy M20 retails for 12,990 INR, while the 3GB RAM, and 32GB ROM variant will set you back 10,990 INR.
The Galaxy M10 variant equipped with 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM sells for 8,990 INR and the 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM is available for 7,990 INR.
Both phones sold out shortly after going on sale on Amazon India on February 5, creating an “unprecedented” first-day sale record for Samsung.
The company has arranged three flash sales for the well-received phones, with the fourth slated to kick off today on Amazon India and Samsung’s online store.
In other words, the Samsung Galaxy M30 will go up for sale in the first week of March. The phone is expected to boast a Super-AMOLED Infinity V display and pack a powerful Exynos 7904 processor, under the hood.