Having said that as both the phones are expected to look nearly the same, it gives us an idea as to how Samsung's first phones with a display notch would look like.
Samsung is getting geared up to launch its new device in the M series which will be called as Galaxy M20.
Compared to the Galaxy S9 + but not the Galaxy Note 9 will change the layout of the rear cameras, while further confirmation of the outputs for the 3.5 mm audio jack (a few months ago was rumored of a possible renunciation, fortunately, avoided) and the Bixby button. Samsung is reportedly looking forward to launch its Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 in January in India and both the phones will look identical. The support page does not reveal anything else, but there have been plenty of other leaks around the Galaxy M10 and M20. On the other hand, the Galaxy M20 is expected to be powered by the Exynos 7904 processor.
The upcoming M20 is said to be sporting a 6.13-inch display and has the connectivity options like Bluetooth v5.0 and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. So things are not going to be as symmetrical as expected, but the lack of a notch means you can still expect an immersive and distraction-free display. On Thursday, VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass shared what appears to be the first clear look at the Galaxy S10 (codenamed Beyond 1) in the wild. The device is expected to come with 3GB of RAM and along with 32GB or 64GB of storage options. The phone will run Android 8.0 out-of-the-box.
With the Galaxy "M" series, Samsung could replace the online-exclusive Galaxy On series.
Impact: While Samsung will likely market the Galaxy M30 as an entry-level handset, some of the specifications of the device are more commonly found in mid-range devices.