India is a huge market for smartphones, and OEMs have been heavily competing to dominate it.
Xiaomi has a huge foot in the door there, but slowly other brands such as OnePlus are making themselves known. Now, after years of not taking the budget market very seriously, Samsung hopes to make a splash with its new Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 devices.
Revealed earlier this morning, the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 are devices that redefine how Samsung approaches the budget smartphone market. Both of these new devices cost roughly $150 USD or less in the Indian market, and they bring a lot for that price tag too.
Read more in the full article: 9to5Google
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