Now that assembly of Galaxy M phones has started, we’re bound to see more leaks of the hardware. Today a photo of the screen glass for the Galaxy M20 has surfaced, showing a teardrop notch – a first for Samsung, which was one of the few remaining makers without a notch in their lineup.

That screen measures 5.6” and will reportedly feature a Super AMOLED panel with 1080p+ resolution. Galaxy On phones (which the M-series aims to replace) usually sported LCDs in the lower levels and even the higher standing Galaxy A8s may go with LCD.

(Allegedly) Samsung Galaxy M20's screen glass with a teardrop notch
Samsung Galaxy M20’s screen glass with a teardrop notch

The Samsung Galaxy M20 is shaping up to be a very impressive entry-level phone. Benchmarks show it will be powered by an Exynos 7885 chipset. It will come in two configurations: 3/32GB and 4/64GB. The rumored battery capacity of 3,300mAh seems quite generous for a phone of this size and in this market segment.

Other unofficial specifications include a 16MP main camera on the back and a 5MP selfie cam. No dual cameras by the looks of it (certainly not on the front).

There’s still no indication of Samsung will introduce the new M-series, but expect to see them in early 2019 (since production is already underway).

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