Launching the Galaxy M series of smartphones in India was an unexpected move (in a good way though) from the South Korean giant Samsung considering the track record of the mid-range devices launched so far. One thing that didn't change in Samsung's point of view over the year is their desperate attempts to capture the Indian market. After a long and failed attempts, Samsung came up with a much-needed breakthrough to tackle the Chinese handset makers. Unlike Samsung's previous mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy M series carries a refreshing ideology which is simple and on-point. This makes the Galaxy M series of smartphones a worthy contender to its Chinese counterpart. For the starters, Samsung launched the Galaxy M10 smartphone in the Indian market a few weeks back at a starting price of Rs. 7,990. We got hold of the device for a few days and came up with the review. Design The Samsung Galaxy M10 looks more or less like its big brother Galaxy M20 except for the fingerprint scanner. The new Galaxy M10 comes with a shiny yet grippy plastic back giving no scope for slipperiness. The front side is dominated by 6.2-inch HD+ display with a thin chin at the bottom. The device measures ...

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