Samsung Galaxy M10 vs M20: Here’s how the two Galaxy M phones differ from each other

first_imgSamsung on Monday announced a brand new affordable series in India as the company attempts to win back the market from the hands of Xiaomi, Nokia and others. The Galaxy M series has been launched with an aim to attract millenials by offering the Galaxy M10 and M20 with attractive new Infinity-V displays, long-lasting battery and ultra wide-angle camera.The Galaxy M10 and M20 (Review) are similar in design, but they offer a few differences in specs as the former falls in the sub-Rs 10,000 segment, while the latter falls in the sub-Rs 15,000 price bracket. We take a look at what sets the two phones apart to help you understand which of the two new Galaxy M phones makes the most sense for you.– Talking about the price first, the Galaxy M10 is the more affordable of the two phones with a price tag starting at Rs 7,990 and going up to Rs 8,990. The M10 comes in two variants – 2GB + 16GB and 3GB + 32GB. The Galaxy M20, on the other hand, starts at Rs 10,990 and goes up to Rs 12,990. It also comes in two variants – 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB. Both the phones support storage expandability up to 512GB via a microsSD card.– The Galaxy M10 and M20 are the first Samsung phones to rock the new Infinity-V displays. This means both the phones offer waterdrop notches on the display, allowing for fewer bezels all around and a large screen-to-body ratio. From the front, both the phones look identical, but there is a difference in resolution. The Galaxy M10 offers a 720p HD+ display, while the M20 offers a 1080p FHD+ display. Both the phones support Widevine L1, so you will be able to stream videos on popular platforms in true HD, although the M20 will offer better clarity and sharpness.advertisement– The two new Galaxy M phones also share the same dual camera setups. They both get a 13MP primary sensor with f/1.9 aperture and a 5MP secondary camera with f/2.2 aperture. The front camera, however, is different as the M10 gets a 5MP selfie shooter while the M20 gets an 8MP sensor. — The Galaxy M20 is also the only phone (and the first-ever Samsung phone) to house a large 5,000mAh battery. Samsung guarantees a two-day battery life on this phones, and our review reaffirms this promise. The Galaxy M10 comes with a smaller 3,400mAh battery, which should be decent enough for an entry-level smartphone. The M20 is also the only one among the two to support up to 15W fast charging.– The Galaxy M20 gets a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor in addition to face unlock. The Galaxy M10 offers no physical fingerprint sensor, just the face unlock feature for biometric, which may not work well in low-light.– The Galaxy M10 and M20 come with different processors as well. The M10 is powered by a 1.6GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 chipset which is based on a 14nm process and offers eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.6GHz. The M20 gets the newly announced Exynos 7904 chipset which is also based on a 14nm process. The chipset is equipped with two Cortex-A73 cores that run at 1.8GHz, and six Cortex-A53 cores that run at 1.6GHz.– When it comes to the processor and memory, it’s pretty evident that the Galaxy M20 is the one to go for if you are looking to play a lot of games or multitask on a smartphone. The 4GB variant of the M20 will handle this better than the Galaxy M10. The M10 is for light phone users who aren’t looking to stress the device, but want a good-looking phone with a waterdrop display.– Both the Galaxy M10 and M20 ship with Android 8.1 Oreo with a new Experience UI 9.5, which offers a cleaner, smoother UI. Samsung inadvertently revealed that the two phones will receive Android Pie later this year in August.ALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy M20 review: Great display, superb battery life make for a good startALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy M10, M20 with Infinity-V display launched starting at Rs 7,990: Price, Specs, India launch details<br />last_img

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