Upcoming Samsung Galaxy M20 smartphone with model number SM-M205F has obtained FCC certification in the US.
Samsung Galaxy M20 is one among the three ‘M’ series phones to be launched in Samsung in early 2019. While Galaxy M10 is the low-end variant and M30 is possibly the high-end variant, Galaxy M20 can be expected to be the mid range variant in the series.
After acquiring several certifications already, Galaxy M20 has finally been got FCC certification today. Though FCC docs don’t reveal a lot, we certainly have some important details about the phone.
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Samsung Galaxy M20 Display and Camera
The dimensions of the phone read 156.4 x 74.5 x 8.8 mm. The overall diagonal of the phone measures 160 mm which roughly translates into 6.29 inches. However, the display diagonal measures 155.9 mm which is approximately 6.13 inches.
Rumors also suggest that the front camera in Galaxy M20 is believed to be 8 megapixels, which will be housed inside the Infinity ‘U’ or waternotch display. Based on a leaked render, the phone will have a double rear camera with a small flash and the cameras are expected to be 13 and 5 megapixels but don’t we have anything about the cameras in the FCC docs.
Galaxy M20 Specs
We have the model number of the battery and it’s the Lithium-ion Polymer battery EB-BG580ABN. As we already know from the rumors, the Galaxy M20 model is likely to be the first Samsung phone with a huge 5000 mAh battery.
Galaxy M20 will have come in two storage variants namely 3 GB + 32 GB and 3 GB + 64 GB. We’ll have to wait to find out if Galaxy M20 will also have a 4GB variant. The confirmed color variants of the phone are Blue and Dark Grey.
The phone supports the latest Bluetooth version 5.0 and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. We also found the e-label screen of the phone from the FCC documents (see the images below).
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Apart from the FCC listing, the same model has already been certified by the Bluetooth SIG body, which confirms the model name and Bluetooth version. From the Geekbench appearance, we knew that the chipset is Exynos 7885 and that it has 3GB RAM. The same model was also certified by Wi-Fi Alliance confirmed that the device will ship with Android Oreo 8.1 out of the box.
Interestingly, a new BTSIG approval gained by Galaxy M20 today hints that the phone could be powered by the new Exynos 7904, which is a mid-range SoC unveiled in September 2018.
Stay tuned for more details.