Samsung is finally cleaning its mess with their new M-series line up, and the new rumors give us a sneak peek of the device. The new leaks give us a bit information on the entry-level handset in the M-series. We are talking about the Galaxy M10, and Samsung calls it by SM-M105F under its codename. The handset is briefly spotted (and subsequently removed) on Geekbench.
The Samsung Galaxy M10 will run on home-grown Exynos 7870 SoC coupled with 3GB of RAM. The handset will run on Android 8.1 with Samsung Experience UI on top of it.
Well, Galaxy M-series will take over the Galaxy J-series phones and the Galaxy On-series phones in the market. Also, the J-series of smartphones will merge with the A-series.
The entire lineup consists of the Galaxy M10 (SM-M105), the Galaxy M20 (SM-M205) and the Galaxy M30 (SM-M305). We expect the Samsung Galaxy M10 to house 16GB/32GB memory configurations. The Galaxy M20 will get 32/64GB storage variants, and the Galaxy M30 will come along with 64GB/128GB storage. All three Galaxy M-series smartphones will come in Blue and Dark Gray colors.