Samsung has introduced two budget mobile variants in the Indian market to break the popularity of the Chinese mobile giant company, Xiaomi. The legendary Korean company has launched two variants of ‘Galaxy M’ Smartphone series in the market.
The Galaxy M10’s 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage variant is priced at Rs 7,990, while the price of 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage is Rs 8,990.
At the same time, ‘Galaxy M20’ variants with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage is priced at Rs 10,990, while the variant of 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage have been priced at Rs 12,990. Both the smartphones will be available on Amazon.in from March 5.
Chinese mobile company Xiaomi has launched its smartphones and has acquired its empire in the Indian market. A few years ago, Samsung used to be the market leader of the smartphone market in the Indian market.
India is the first country where these new series smartphones are being launched. The ‘M’ series will also be available on Samsung’s online store. Apart from this, the smartphone will also be sold on Amazon.
Samsung has taken great care of Indian smartphone users in these smartphones. These smartphones include large batteries, quick charging, and good features. Samsung is now putting its full focus on India, where there are around one billion wireless subscribers, there are 350 million users who do not use a smartphone.
Samsung India sells its smartphones in India with the help of 250,000 retail outlets, while there are also 2000 exclusive stores. Users also get access to 2000 service centers.
Samsung’s entire strategy behind launching this smartphone is to re-establish its credibility in the budget range so it can achieve success with its return in this segment.