When the Galaxy M20 launched in India last month, it was sold on a first come, first served basis, with customers who missed the first sale having to wait until it was restocked at a later date — a bit like what OnePlus did with the OnePlus One, but without the ticketing system. That’s now changed, though, as the handset is listed as in-stock on both Amazon and Samsung’s local website.
The Galaxy M20 was designed to take on competition from Chinese manufacturers in the Indian market, offering a modern design and somewhat impressive internals for an affordable price; the 3/32GB model is listed at ₹10,990 ($160), while the 4/64GB variant can be had for ₹12,990 ($190) outright. Samsung’s also throwing in ₹3,110 ($50) worth of benefits for Jio subscribers.
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Under the hood, the Galaxy M20 bundles a 6.3-inch near-edge-to-edge screen (1080 x 2340), interjected by a so-called waterdrop notch, an Exynos 7904 Octa CPU, a dual-camera on the rear (13MP + 5MP), an 8MP front-facing shooter and a mammoth 5000mAh non-removable Li-Po battery. The handset ships running Android 8.1 Oreo, skinned with Samsung’s Experience 9.5 UI.
If you aren’t sold on the Galaxy M20, be sure to check out our comprehensive review.