Galaxy M20 and its notched display on their way to Europe
Samsung could soon launch the Galaxy M20 in some European markets. The Galaxy M20 was first launched in India and then made its way to some Asian markets, such as Indonesia. Now, Galaxy M20 firmware for markets like Germany, Spain and Italy are showing up on our database, so Samsung is certainly preparing to make it more widely available, even if the launch may take some time to actually happen.
What will be interesting to see is how much the Galaxy M20 will cost in Europe. In India, Samsung is only selling the M20 through online stores through a flash sale model, in which limited stocks of the phone are put for sale every few days. Samsung also manufactures the phone locally in India, and all of those factors allow it to sell the phone at an impressively low price. Of course, Samsung might not need to price the M20 aggressively in Europe, as it isn’t facing crazy competition in that continent compared to markets like India.
And even with not-so-aggressive pricing, the Galaxy M20 should see plenty of buyers, as it’s an excellent budget phone. An ultra-wide camera and a 5,000 mAh battery are the highlights, and so is the Infinity-V display with a waterdrop notch. The M20 doesn’t exactly do great in any particular department, but it offers a good overall experience, as you’ll find out in our Galaxy M20 review.
Would you be interested in picking up a Galaxy M20 if launches in your country?