Samsung Galaxy M40 is soon coming to India for around Rs. 25,000

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Samsung has revamped its strategy when it comes to budget and mid-range smartphones. The company has ditched the Galaxy J-series for the new online-only Galaxy M-series and the Galaxy A-series.

The company has so far launched three smartphones in the Galaxy M-series — Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30. There have been a few leaks regarding the Galaxy M40 and now a new report says that the phone will soon be launched in India.

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The report also adds that the smartphone could be priced around Rs. 25,000 in India. It also says that the device will come with a punch-hole display, which the company calls “Infinity-O” display. The company has launched #OMG campaign, which is now liked to the upcoming Galaxy M40.

As per the reports, the smartphone will come with flagship-level features, such as edge-to-edge display and a cut-out on top the screen that houses the front-facing camera. It is also expected to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone will come with a triple-rear camera setup on the back and will come powered by a Qualcomm chipset.

The phone being powered by the Qualcomm chipset is a departure from the company’s existing strategy of using its own Exynos chipset for powering the Galaxy M-series smartphone. All three M-series smartphones launched so far are powered by the Samsung Exynos chipset.

For a price of around Rs. 25,000, the Samsung Galaxy M40 will be the most expensive Galaxy M-series smartphone from the company. Currently, the most expensive Galaxy M-series phone is Galaxy M30, which is priced at Rs. 14,990 for the base model and Rs. 17,990 for the 6 GB RAM model.

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