Guess what we at Revü just spotted online? The Samsung Galaxy M20‘s new local suggested retail price — or what seemed like it — which is at its lowest, ever.
(Update, June 11: The price is still the same 10 days after we reported this! This could indeed be a permanent markdown! Update, 10:43 p.m., June 1: This could be a sale, though Samsung Electronics Philippines hasn’t announced any promo, much more promo duration, for the handset. Let’s see. If it is, then now is probably the best time to buy a Samsung Galaxy M20. We’ll update you.)
The smartphone now costs P6,990 (around $134) — a significant drop from its original SRP of P10,990 ($211). It looks like a permanent markdown, as retailer MemoXpress revealed in a comment.
This puts the M20 in the same pricing category as the Realme 3, whose 3GB/32GB online-exclusive variant is also selling for P6,990. It’s now within striking distance of the P6,490 ($125) Samsung Galaxy M10, too.
The Galaxy M20 became available in the Philippines in March, more than a month after it was launched alongside the M10 in India. Here, it’s being sold only on online stores Lazada, Shopee, MemoXpress, Argomall, and Abenson, though take note that at the time of posting this article, you can get it at the said amount from the first three ecommerce sites.
The phone has a big, 6.3-inch screen that Samsung calls an Infinity-V Display — basically a screen with a waterdrop notch. It boasts an ultra-wide-angle camera, something that most devices in its category don’t have. And the battery is massive at 5,000mAh.
Samsung Galaxy M20 specs
- 6.3-inch IPS-LCD display, 2,340 x 1,080 resolution, 19.5:9
- Octa-core Samsung Exynos 7904 processor
- Mali-G71 MP2 GPU
- 3GB RAM
- 32GB storage
- 8-megapixel front camera
- 13 megapixels + 5 megapixels (ultra-wide)
- Rear-mounted fingerprint sensor
- Samsung Experience 9.5 based on Android 8.1 Oreo
- 5,000mAh battery with fast charging via USB Type-C
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