Samsung is reportedly developing a new series of smartphones that will be marketed as the Galaxy M. It’s said that the company is going to streamline its entire Galaxy series of smartphones under four main lineups – Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy A, and Galaxy M. It will reportedly be consolidating its low-end and mid-range devices under the Galaxy M umbrella.

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The report claims that Samsung will be consolidating its Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C lineups under Galaxy M. The series will then offer both low-end and mid-range devices, some even with AMOLED displays.

The Galaxy M20 and M30 will reportedly be the first two handsets in this new series with the former being offered in 32/64GB storage variants and the latter with 64/128GB storage. Both handsets are said to come with support for dual-SIM as this is a necessary feature in this particular segment. It may offer single-SIM variants of these devices in some countries, though.

Samsung will obviously be pricing the Galaxy M handsets competitively since it’s looking to better compete against the likes of Huawei and Xiaomi in this segment of the market. No word as yet, though, on when we can see these new Samsung devices hit shelves.

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