At the Samsung Developer Conference in 2018, the company showed off its all-new display times, including the new Infinity-O display, with its hole-punch cutout for the front-facing camera, Infinity-U display, and Infinity-V display. We have yet to see any phones with Infinity-V display phones — but based on a new website dedicated to an upcoming Samsung Galaxy M phone, that could be about to change.
The website was published in India and teases a device with very slim bezels and a small teardrop-shaped notch around its front-facing camera. The teaser isn’t a total surprise — it was previously leaked by SamMobile in a report that notes that the phone pictured is the Galaxy M20. It will reportedly launch alongside a Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M30, and the phones get their names from the number of rear-facing cameras they feature: The M10 has one, the M20 two, and the M30 three.
The website notes that it will be “zippy” thanks to a powerful processor and will have an ultra-wide camera lens for better photos. It also has fast charging, and, according to SamMobile, could have a battery capacity of 5,000mAh. SamMobile also recently got its hands on leaked specs for a device it assumes is the Galaxy M20. Included in those specs are a 6.3-inch LCD display with a 2,340 x 1,080 resolution and a dual camera with one 13-megapixel sensor and one 5-megapixel sensor. There will be 32GB and 64GB storage options.
When it comes to pricing, the phone isn’t expected to be all that expensive — it will reportedly come at around $200. In an interview with Reuters, Samsung India’s Senior Vice President Asim Warsi said that the phones will come at between $140 to $280. Samsung India also confirmed to Tom’s Guide that the device will only be available for purchase online. We do know exactly when to expect the phone — it’ll launch in India on January 28 and given that it’s only being sold online, we expect it to be available then as well.