Samsung introduced the affordable Galaxy M line in the Indian market to reverse the massive loss of participation in recent quarters.
The devices can be found on Flipkart, Amazon and on the Samsung website, as well as in Samsung Experience stores across the country. However, a great field is missing: the third-party offline market, and the Korean giant plans to fix that in 2020.
According to a report from The Economic Times, many retailers demanded from major manufacturers such as Xiaomi, vivo, Oppo and Samsung, to start working with them again due to the 30-40% decrease in offline sales.
State organizations such as All India Traders and All India Mobile Retailers Association also expressed concern about the predatory prices that online retailers are preparing, especially for large parties that require people to spend money like Diwali.
Samsung also plans to move its Galaxy M line next year through physical stores, The Economic Times said. It remains to be seen if this will change the landscape of online commerce or increase total sales.
However, the manufacturer leaves nothing to chance: rumors say that Samsung is already preparing the Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31 and Galaxy M41 with more powerful chipsets and better main cameras, including the 64 MP sensor, detected in some ships insignia.