Samsung Galaxy M20 purportedly revealed to feature dual rear cameras and headphone jack

Samsung Galaxy M20 purportedly revealed to feature dual rear cameras and headphone jack
Samsung is not only rumored to be preparing three or even four variants of its next flagship device for an early 2019 release, but also a fairly large number of new mid-range phones reorganized in Galaxy M and A lineups.

The Galaxy M20 (model number SM-M205) is quite possibly the company’s least cryptic non-flagship product of next year, having already revealed its waterdrop notch (aka Infinity-U Display design), as well as storage configurations including 32 and 64GB.

Of course, none of that is etched in stone just yet, and the same goes for a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and vertically-arranged dual camera setup on the back of the M20, which are freshly suggested details by a purported case leak.

The newly disclosed image may or may not show a legit Samsung Galaxy M20 protective accessory, although if you ask us, both those features make sense. This will clearly be a humbler model than the triple rear lens-sporting Galaxy A7 (2018) and quad cam-rocking Galaxy A9 (2018), the latter of which also comes with a conventional fingerprint reader on its back.

It’s definitely nice to see this case hinting at a headphone jack on the Galaxy M20 as well, despite the Galaxy A8s seeing daylight a few days ago without the beloved 3.5 mm audio connector.

All in all, Samsung seems to be thinking of trying many different things to revitalize the company’s stagnant mid-range sales, which is by no means a bad thing. As long as the M20 is priced aggressively enough, the waterdrop notch alone could prove a major bargain hunter magnet.

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Galaxy M20
  • Display 6.3 inches 2340 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP (Dual camera) 8 MP front
  • Hardware Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 4GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 5000 mAh
  • OS Android 10 Samsung One UI


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