Samsung Carnival has been introduced to have fun the second anniversary of Galaxy M-series smartphones in India. The sale, that begins in the present day and ends on March 12, will provide reductions and affords on Galaxy M sequence fashions through Amazon and Samsung’s official web site. The affords are made accessible for 4 smartphones within the lineup. Consumers will be capable of avail a cashback of Rs. 1,000 upon utilizing HDFC Financial institution debit and bank cards. As well as, clients also can avail a cashback provide of Rs. 1,000 once they trade their previous smartphones for a brand new Galaxy M-series smartphone.
Samsung launched Galaxy M21 (Review) in Might 2020. It comes geared up with an Exynos 9611 SoC, 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, a 6,000mAh battery and a triple rear digital camera setup with 48-megapixel major sensor. On Amazon, it’s now priced at Rs. 13,999 for the bottom 4GB + 64GB storage mannequin.
Galaxy M31 (Review), that comes with an Exynos 9611 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a 6,000mAh battery, and a quad rear digital camera setup with a 64-megapixel major sensor, was launched in February 2020 and is now accessible at Rs. 16,499 on Amazon.
Samsung launched Galaxy M31s (Review) in August 2020 with Exynos 9611 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of inner storage, a 6,000mAh battery, and a quad rear digital camera setup with a 64-megapixel major sensor. It’s now priced at Rs. 18,4999 on Amazon.
Samsung Galaxy M51 (Review), launched in September 2020, comes with a Snapdragon 730G SoC, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a 7,000mAh battery and a quad rear digital camera setup that has a 64-megapixel major sensor. It’s now priced at Rs. 22,999 on Amazon. Additionally, Galaxy M51 is reportedly receiving the Android 11-based Samsung One UI 3.1 quickly.
In different Galaxy M series-related information, Samsung might be launching its Galaxy M12 smartphone on March 11. It’s anticipated to be geared up with a 6,000mAh battery and a 90Hz refresh price show.
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