Just as 2018 was drawing to a close, the FCC published its certification documents for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy M10, and today the regulatory agency has done the same for the M20. These two will be among the first in the newly minted M series of devices.
The Galaxy M20 will sport a 6.13-inch display with a water drop notch (which might hold an 8 MP selfie cam), Bluetooth 5.0, and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. Its dimensions are 156.4 x 74.5 x 8.8 mm. It employs the Li-Po battery EB-BG580ABN, which is expected to be a beefy 5,000 mAh cell according to past reveals.
The phone is apparently going to ship with 3GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of storage, in blue and dark grey. According to a benchmark database listing, the M20 will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 7885 chipset, however it's possible that it could employ the newer Exynos 7904 instead. Anyway, it will launch with Android 8.1 Oreo on board. The rear camera system is rumored to consist of a 13 MP main shooter and a 5 MP depth sensor.
In 2013, China brands were not even heard of. Redmi 6 comes with an 1 A charger. Sony XA2 comes with a 1.5 A charger. Huawei Y7 Prime comes with a 1 A charger. All these are 2018 models. Enough said.
Wait, isn't 5v/2A is pretty much standart right now? Even from cheap Chinese brands, Like from 2013ish. As expected, even charger not spared from Samsung gimp'em all policy.
You should stop your recent repetitive rants. I have a 5V/1.55A charger from Samsung. I ask you again: when was your last Samsung?