At first glance when I look at the new Samsung Galaxy M20, I thought of the Galaxy A30. Both looked almost identical. But here’s the difference – M20 is slightly smaller than the A30, but is also slightly thicker. That is because the M20 houses a huge 5,000mAh battery in its belly.
That’s right. The new Galaxy M20 comes with a huge battery capacity for those who are always out on the run. And then I noticed that the notch is more like “V” shape rather than “U” shape like the A30, which is another prominent difference between the two.
Other than the obvious, the M20 basically has the same specifications as the A30 but in a more compact size and feel.
The review unit that I received is 6.3″ in display size with Full HD+ screen (not AMOLED) but still has that bright punchy colours all around. It comes with 4GB of RAM + 64GB of storage space, powered by Samsung’s own 14nm Exynos 7904 Octa-Core processor that runs at 2x 1.8Ghz and 6x 1.6Ghz clock speed.
Camera is a 13MP f/1.9 wide angle and 5MP ultra-wide-angle camera setup at the back, while the front gets an 8MP f/2.0 camera setup.
The Samsung Galaxy M20 is targeted for the mid-range users who craves for a reliable smartphone that can last them in a full day use yet still have enough juice to last them for some late night streaming.
More in-depth full review coming up in a week’s time. Wait for it.