Earlier this month, Samsung proudly announced that it had sold 5 million Galaxy A-series phones in India after only 70 days on the shelf, and today it's time for the company to announce another achievement. This time, it relates to the M series, namely Galaxy M10, M20 and M30.
Accordingly, Samsung has sold more than 2 million Galaxy M phones in India. The Galaxy M series has helped Samsung double its market share in India when it comes to selling smartphones online in the country this year, according to Asim Warsi, Samsung India's vice president. He added that the goal of the Korean company is to "maintain a 25% share of the smartphone segment in the online space".
Galaxy M10, M20 and M30 models are favored by young people in India. Looking ahead, Samsung will also launch the Galaxy M40, which is expected to have a mole screen, priced at INR 20,000 (about 6.7 million). Machine will launch on 11/6 here.
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