Samsung Galaxy M line of phones It is known to have a niche in the market and has left us with several launches in Europe over the past two years, with the Galaxy M11 being the most recent to arrive in our country. This family of phones is in the mid-range and stands out with its reasonable prices, which makes it a hit.
Originally launched in India, the country where helps improve Samsung sales, this line of phones has reached more countries, with good results. The results are so positive that the manufacturer will expand this range with more devices in 2021, including a tablet.
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Samsung Galaxy M range will expand with a tablet
Samsung is currently working on new devices for this range, which are expected to hit the market in 2021. One of these devices would be the Galaxy M62, with the model name SM-M625F, which until now was considered a telephone. Although new data suggests that it is a compact tablet, which will be launched early next year. In this way, it would be the first tablet in this range.
Until now nothing is known about the specifications of this tablet
The phones that Samsung has launched in the The Galaxy M range is distinguished by its large batteriesCompliant cameras, good resolution displays and simple designs, along with fairly affordable prices that have helped make this line a hit in markets like India. We can expect the tablet to retain some of these features, such as a great battery and low price, to help drive good sales.
It will take a few months for Samsung to put this tablet on sale in the Galaxy M range. It will probably be launched first in India, before a possible launch in Europe.
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