Samsung revamped mid-range portfolio was a huge success this year and it will certainly be a major part of the company's 2020 portfolio. Yesterday we learned about the major camera upgrades that will be coming to next year's Galaxy A series phones and today it's the M line's turn to get some early exposure.
Starting off with the Galaxy M21, we can expect the Exynos 9609 chipset found in the Motorola One Action paired with 4GB RAM. Around the back, we’ll see a 24MP main cam and 5MP depth sensor.
Next in line we have the Galaxy M31 which will pack the Snapdragon 665 alongside 6GB RAM. It’s expected to come with a triple camera array featuring a 48 MP main cam alongside a 12MP ultrawide and 5MP depth sensors.
The Samsung Galaxy M41 will pack the upcoming Exynos 9630 SoC alongside 6GB RAM. The chipset will serve as the successor to the midrange Exynos 9610 and will reportedly also power future Galaxy A-series phones.
Its camera department is expected to come with a 64MP main shooter which could be the new ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor alongside a 12MP ultrawide snapper and a 5MP depth helper.
We'll have to wait and see if these rumors hold up once more info on the next Galaxy M-line emerges.