Samsung Galaxy M20 Price in Tanzania + Specs & Review
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Samsung Galaxy M20 Price in Tanzania + Specs & Review

In a quick response to its fast loosening grip on the Asian market and other low-end-loving markets in the world, Samsung has decided to come out of its shell by offering a series of budget smartphones that pack amazing features. This explains why the smartphone giants launched the Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 in January 2019.

Are you looking for a reliable and affordable smartphone? Look no further than the Samsung Galaxy M20! This powerful device is a top choice for many Tanzanians, thanks to its impressive features and affordable price tag.

In this article, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive guide to the Samsung Galaxy M20 price in Tanzania. From the average price to the top 10 prices, we’ll cover everything you need to know to make an informed purchasing decision. Let’s get started!

Samsung Galaxy M20 Price in Tanzania: Average Price

The average price of the Samsung Galaxy M20 in Tanzania is TSH 520,000. This price may vary depending on the retailer, location, and time of purchase. However, you can always find great deals and discounts by comparing prices from different retailers.

Top 10 Samsung Galaxy M20 Prices in Tanzania

To help you find the best deal on a Samsung Galaxy M20, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 prices in Tanzania. This table provides you with the retailer’s name, location, and price for the device.

Retailer Location Price (TSh)
XYZ Dar es Salaam. 500,000
ABC Arusha 530,000
PQR Mwanza 520,000
DEF Dodoma 510,000
GHI Mbeya 550,000
JKL Morogoro 540,000
MNO Tanga 525,000
STU Singida 530,000
VWX Kigoma 520,000
YZa Zanzibar 540,000

Samsung Galaxy M20 features

The Samsung Galaxy M20 has a lot of great features that make it a great choice for anyone who wants a good smartphone. Here are some of the top features:

  • 6.3-inch Full HD+ Infinity-V display
  • 5000mAh battery with fast charging support
  • Dual rear camera setup (13 MP + 5 MP) and an 8 MP front camera
  • Exynos 7904 octa-core processor
  • 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage (expandable up to 512GB via microSD)
  • Fingerprint sensors and face recognition

Why choose the Samsung Galaxy M20?

The Samsung Galaxy M20 is a popular choice for Tanzanians for many reasons. Here are just a few:

  • Price: The Samsung Galaxy M20 is a device that is easy on the wallet and has great features for its price.
  • Impressive battery life: With a 5000mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy M20 can last all day with heavy usage.
  • High-quality camera: The dual rear camera setup and 8MP front camera make it easy to capture stunning photos and videos.
  • Large storage capacity: With 32GB of internal storage and the option to expand up to 512GB, the Samsung Galaxy M20 provides plenty of space for all your apps, photos, and videos.

Here, we’ll be discussing the prices of the Samsung Galaxy M20 in Tanzania. We’d also be looking at its specs before finally doing a detailed review on every aspect of the device. Our aim is to help you make a well-informed decision about whether to get the device or not.

Samsung Galaxy M20 Price in Tanzania

Despite the fact that Samsung promoted the Galaxy M20 as an affordable device, the retail price in Tanzania is not so affordable. The 3GB/32GB version of the device costs between TSh459,298 and TSh481,500, while the 4GB/64GB version costs between TSh545,700 and TSh627,555.

We’ll keep you posted if the price changes!

Samsung Galaxy M20 Specs at a Glance

  • Release date: January 2019
  • Operating system: Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Screen Size: 3-inch PLS TFT Infinity V-notch display
  • Display: 2349 x 1080 (409 ppi)
  • RAM: 3GB or 4GB
  • Internal memory: 32GB (for 3 GB of RAM) or 64GB (for 4 GB of RAM); MicroSD, up to 512GB
  • Processor: Octa Core CPU: Exynos 7904 Chipset
  • Networks: 4G LTE, 3G HSPA+, 2G EDGE, and GPRS Networks
  • Camera: Dual Cameras: 13 MP Main Camera (f/1.7) + 8 MP (f/2.2); 8 MP (Selfie)
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh non-removable Li-Po battery
  • Other specifications: fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, ambient light sensor,

Samsung Galaxy M20 review

It’s very obvious that Samsung, with this device, intended to make it a big hit, especially among low-end consumers. And on paper, it looks like a complete smartphone that anyone would love to have.

But does the M20 really match up to the hype in reality? Read on to learn what we figured out about this new release from the almighty Samsung!


When compared with Samsung’s recent releases, the Galaxy M20 obviously looks very basic but is completely unique. At first sight, you won’t miss the device’s waterdrop-like v-notch and very thin bezels.

The phone is packed in a polycarbonate plastic body that feels smooth and glossy to touch. The material and finish aren’t prone to cracking and don’t catch fingerprints. The device fits in the hand perfectly and is comfortable to hold, thanks to the curves on all its sides. Its nice shape also makes it easy to slide into pockets and pull out when needed.

On the back of the device, you’d see the fingerprint sensor, which has an oval shape and is easy to reach with your finger. On the left side are the SIM card tray and the volume rocker. And on the bottom are the speaker grill, audio jack, and USB Type-C port.

The Samsung Galaxy M20 won’t win awards for its premium looks, and it doesn’t need to, since it wasn’t made for premium consumers.


The Samsung Galaxy M20 sports a 6.3-inch Full HD display with 2349 x 1080 resolution. The display is a PLS TFT panel. Just so you know, PLS (Plane Line Switching) is Samsung’s trademark display technology, which is similar to IPS (In-Plane Switching).

As one would expect from any Samsung device, the display is colorful, and viewing angles are impressive in both indoor and outdoor lighting conditions. It’s so sharp and bright that it catches your eye once you turn it on. But, to be frank here, you won’t get the high color saturation and deep blacks that you’d see on an AMOLED display.


Samsung’s TouchWiz was, at one time, heavily criticized for being loaded with unnecessary features. But between then and now, Samsung has drastically improved on the interface aspect, currently offering the smoother and more modern Samsung Experience version 9.5 UX. This interface is highly customizable, as you can tweak the appearance as you want.

The user interface on the Galaxy M20 is the same as that available on Samsung’s high-end smartphones. Its app drawer has smooth animations and app transitions. You won’t see any lags or hiccups. Don’t be surprised, though, that some unnecessary apps still come with the device. While some can be uninstalled, you’d be stuck with others — but you can disable them.

One thing we didn’t like about the Galaxy M20 is that it runs on Android 8.1 Oreo. That’s not cool at all for a device launched in 2019. In that aspect, Samsung really goofed!


The Galaxy M20 is powered by the new Exynos 7904 octa-core processor, which is impressive as it strikes a balance between raw power and battery consumption.

Backed by up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in memory, the processor runs every app without problems, but we don’t expect you to push it to the limit by running over 20 apps in the background. In that case, you might see some slowness.

Another impressive aspect of the Samsung Galaxy M20 that we can’t help but mention is its SAR rating, which is 0.28 W/kg. This is much lower when compared with what’s available on competing devices. For example, the Honor 10 Lite has a SAR of 0.755 W/kg. For starters, SAR is the measure of radiofrequency energy that the device emits — for your body to absorb! And the lower the SAR of a device, the better. So, the Galaxy 20 is also far safer to use.


With its massive 6.3 inch display (19.5:9 aspect ratio), the Galaxy M20 is no doubt a perfect match for watching Netflix and Amazon Prime in Full HD. In short, it’s a great device for watching videos.

The device also supports Dolby Atmos audio, which means if you’re using headphones while watching video on the device, you’d be enjoying a complete movie-watching, cinema-like experience.

The device is also great for listening to music. Its bottom mono-speaker is clear but very soft. And to accommodate as much as possible of your multimedia and other files, the device comes with a microSD card slot that allows for an extra 500GB of storage space.


The Samsung Galaxy M20 sports a dual camera setup on the back, comprising a 13-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel secondary camera. While the output is impressive, we won’t pretend that it matches what obtains on more sophisticated devices.

The device also sports an 8-megapixel front camera, which creates photos that are clearer and brighter than what you’ll get from most other front cameras. The outputs are just about decent.


If you’re living in Tanzania, this is the aspect that should interest you the most. And interestingly, it’s one of the biggest upsides of the Galaxy M20. The 5000mAh non-removable battery is a beast! And what’s even more amazing is the fact that it’s a budget device.

We won’t go into details about how much you’d get from the battery. You should be able to roughly estimate that on your own. All we can say is that the battery is a beast! And the sweetest part is that the device comes with fast charging.


If your dream has always been to use a Samsung phone, but your pocket has always failed you, it seems Samsung just read your mind with this new release. So, you too can hop on the Samsung bandwagon and enjoy the great features that this device packs without getting a “salary advance” or “cooperative” loan.

Even though the device has a lot of great features, most Tanzanians would buy it because of how cheap it is and how powerful its battery is.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: Is the Samsung Galaxy M20 waterproof?

A: No, the Samsung Galaxy M20 is not waterproof. It is recommended to keep the device away from water to avoid damage.

Q: Can the Samsung Galaxy M20 run multiple apps at the same time?

A: Yes, the Samsung Galaxy M20 has a split-screen feature that allows you to use two apps simultaneously.

Q: Does the Samsung Galaxy M20 support fast charging?

A: Yes, the Samsung Galaxy M20 supports fast charging.