first_imgSamsung wants to make sure it debuts its Galaxy M series with a bang, and what better way to do that than to give one phones in this line a massive battery capacity. A fresh report on Tuesday claims that the the Galaxy M20 will offer a big 5,000mAh battery, which would be a first for a Samsung phone. The Galaxy M20 is tipped to launch in India along with the Galaxy M10 soon.The Galaxy M20 has been subjected to a few rumours and renders in recent weeks that give us an idea of what the device will bring to the affordable segment. AllAboutSamsung this week added a few more interesting details about the device as well as a render of its own that suggests the Galaxy M20 will be the first Samsung phone to sport an Infinity-U. The Infinity-U display offers a waterdrop-style notch much like the OnePlus 6T and Realme 2 Pro.The concept render of the Galaxy M20 by AllAboutSamsung is based on the leaks provided by 91mobiles in the past. The render imagines an edge-to-edge display of unknown size with a waterdrop notch and a very thin chin. The rear panel, which is expected to be made out of metal, will offer a dual camera system and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The report claims that the cameras will include a 13MP + 5MP configuration. On the front, the phone is tipped to come with an 8MP selfie sensor.While the latest report does not reveal the screen size, it does mention that the Galaxy M20 will measure 156.4×74.5×8.8mm. This is a pretty slim profile for a phone that’s apparently packing a 5,000mAh battery. As usual, it best to take this story with a pinch of salt. The report also makes a mention of the Galaxy M30, but there has been next to nothing said about this phone as of now. We should hear more about these phones in the days to come.advertisementALSO READ | Samsung will reportedly merge Galaxy J-series with Galaxy A line, rename Galaxy On-seriesALSO READ | Samsung may use LCD displays for some Galaxy A series phones next yearlast_img

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