New Samsung Galaxy M branding reaffirmed by Bluetooth SIG listing

New Samsung Galaxy M branding reaffirmed by Bluetooth SIG listing
The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018)

As part of a major reshuffle, Samsung will soon replace its Galaxy J series with a new entry-level Galaxy M lineup. And while this has yet to be announced by Samsung itself, a new Bluetooth SIG listing (via GalaxyClub) appears to have confirmed the new naming scheme.

After numerous other sightings, the smartphone known as the Samsung SM-M105F has now been spotted alongside the Galaxy M10 branding. Not too much is revealed about the smartphone itself other than its dual-SIM capabilities, but previous leaks have suggested that this will be the company’s next entry-level model.

More precisely, the smartphone’s expected to land with a 5.6-inch LCD display that is combined with an aluminum build. On the inside, Samsung’s octa-core Exynos 7870 is to be expected alongside 3GB of RAM and possibly 32GB of internal storage. Completing the setup should be a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel selfie sensor, and a 3,000mAh battery.

Availability-wise, the Galaxy M10 is expected to go official in early January alongside the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30. Pricing remains unclear, but sales are to be expected by the end of the month.



1. perry1234

Posts: 654; Member since: Aug 14, 2012

3GB RAM with Experience UI...I expect stuttering / slow-downs in 6 months.

2. Peaceboy

Posts: 640; Member since: Oct 11, 2018

3Gbof Ram in an android phone? Its a joke Samsung.

4. kennybenny

Posts: 228; Member since: Apr 10, 2017

This is NOT a $1000 flagship phone!!!!!! This is meant for the average consumer who just wants something more affordable to make calls, text, check Facebook, play music, etc. Nothing too demanding.......They don't really care about specs, they want something that just works for them!

5. Alcyone

Posts: 619; Member since: May 10, 2018

Two words littleboy: Entry level. Now, please take a seat in the back, you're making the kids up front stupid.

3. kennybenny

Posts: 228; Member since: Apr 10, 2017

I think 3 GB of RAM is good enough for a entry level phone..... Heck, Samsung still releases devices with 1 or 2 GB of RAM...... I think this overhaul of their entry level line of phones is giving the user more for their money due to the likes of Xioami and Oppo

6. Mube007

Posts: 260; Member since: Sep 24, 2013

100% flop. Samsung can't compete with xiaomi, Asus, Huawei and realme. Asus and realme providing snapdragon 660 in 200 dollars where Samsung ask you for 500 dollars.

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