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Special price offer on Galaxy M10 and M20


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Samsung Sri Lanka has introduced a special limited time offer on its popular Galaxy M series due to the overwhelming positive customer feedback the series has received. 

Due its popularity the Galaxy M10 and M20 will be offered at a special price until stocks last at authorised dealers island-wide. The new prices offered; M10 32GB is now priced at Rs. 25,540 under the limited time offer as against Rs. 27,290 previously; M10 16GB will now be available for Rs. 19,590 as against Rs. 23.490 previously; M20 16GB can be availed for Rs. 29,290 after prices were revised as against Rs. 32,290 previously; and M20 64GB is available for an amazing Rs. 35,290 now as opposed to Rs. 37,490 before. 

The M series has performed extremely well since its launch at the beginning of the year and Samsung Sri Lanka has introduced this special one-time offer due to the overwhelming response M10 and M20 have received with its launch in the local market. 

The Galaxy M series smartphones come with best-in-class infinity-V display and powerful features such as dual camera with ultra-wide lens, long lasting battery, high performance processors and a new Samsung Experience UX. The Galaxy M series is a testimony to Samsung’s deep commitment to the initiative that focuses on creating products and innovations to enhance the lives of millennials. 

Powerful dual camera is another major highlight of Galaxy M series, as today’s millennials love to click photos and make videos on the go. Both Galaxy M20 and M10 sport dual rear camera, with the ultra-wide feature. Both Galaxy M20 and M10 come with a 13MP primary rear camera that has F1.9 aperture. The secondary rear camera has a 5MP ultra-wide feature. The ultra-wide mode lets users capture more expansive photos with complete ease. It is perfectly suited for capturing landscapes, cityscapes, group photos, etc. when users want to fit a lot into one single frame.

For non-stop streaming of music and video, Samsung has packed a powerful 5000 mAh battery in Galaxy M20. It doesn’t stop here. The power management feature in Galaxy M20 boasts of a multi-layered technology system that ensures low power consumption. The type C fast charging feature ensures 3X speed as compared to the normal charging, thanks to the 15W in-box charger.

Galaxy M20 comes with a true FHD+ 6.3” FHD+ infinity-V display, while Galaxy M10 has a 6.2” HD+ infinity-V display ensuring truly immersive viewing experience. 

Galaxy M20 is powered by Exynos 7904 octa-core processor that enhances user experience through excellent network speed, smooth multitasking and low power consumption. Galaxy M10 is powered by Exynos 7870 octa-core processor.

Galaxy M20 comes with fingerprint as well as Face Unlock features to enhance consumers’ security. Galaxy M10 comes with face recognition unlock feature.

This special one-time offer for the Galaxy M20 and M10 is available at authoriszed partners of Samsung: Damro, JKOA, Softlogic, Singer and Singhagiri and across all authorised dealers and online partners island-wide in Ocean Blue and Charcoal Black colours until stocks last.


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