Samsung rolling out Android Pie update to Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 in India

Manjoy Haldar
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Samsung has promptly been delivering the latest One UI based on Android 9 Pie. Now, the One UI update is available for three recently released M-series smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and the Galaxy M30.

Samsung M Series

Samsung Galaxy M 10

Samsung released the new M-series earlier this year primary to counter competition to other brands its dominance in competitive markets such as India. Targetted at millennials, the Galaxy M10 is available for a starting price of ₹7,990. The smartphone gets a 6.2″ Infinity-V HD+ display, 13MP+5MP dual cameras, dual SIM VoLTE, and a large 5,000mAh battery. Samsung offers a choice between 2GB+16GB and 3GB+32GB variants for the Galaxy M10.

Samsung Galaxy M 20

The Galaxy M20 gets a slightly larger 6.3″ display with Full HD+ resolution, 13MP+5MP dual cameras, Widewine L1 certification, and a 4GB+64GB variant alongside the 3GB+32GB one. It starts at ₹9,990 and is meant to tackle the likes of Redmi Note 7.

Samsung Galaxy M 20

The Galaxy M30, which is the most powerful out of the bunch, features a 6.38-inch Full HD+ and the technology behind this display is AMOLED unlike the IPS panels used on the other two models. The Galaxy M30 also gets a triple camera setup, including a 13MP primary sensor, 5MP wide-angle sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor. Being a competitor to the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the Galaxy M30 also comes in a 6GB+128GB besides the usual 4GB+64GB option. The M30 starts at a price of ₹14,990.

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Manjoy Haldar

Manjoy Haldar

Manjoy is the Co-Founder of GadgetsFarms. His interest lies between Technology and Photography. He is a Blogger/Reviewer/Designer/Photographer. If he is not active on Social Media, Either He is Sleeping or Playing Cricket