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Samsung Galaxy M and Galaxy A rumoured smartphone series

28 November 2018 3

Samsung is looking to switch things up next year with its budget-end smartphones. The company will be introducing a new lineup called the Galaxy M series to replace its existing Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C smartphones. While the company already has a Galaxy A lineup of smartphones, it intends to launch a new series of Galaxy A phones which will make use of LCD displays. The rationale behind this is that LCD displays allow for lower-priced smartphones.

Information regarding two upcoming Galaxy M smartphones had already made the rounds online. Now, there are details revealed about another Galaxy M smartphone and two new Galaxy A smartphones. The two Galaxy A devices bear the model numbers of SM-A305F and SM-A505F. Both devices are currently in their development phase. The is expected to have a maximum of 64GB of internal storage while the SM-A505F will have a minimum of 64GB of internal storage. The SM-A305F will be available in four colour variants, including blue, black, red, and white while the SM-A505F will be available in silver, pink, blue, and white.

Apart from the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, Samsung is apparently working on an entry-level Galaxy M smartphone which bears the model number SM-M105F. This device is expected to be available in two storage variants of 16GB and 32GB. However, since all this information is based purely on speculation and rumours, it should be taken with a grain of salt. Here’s a list of upcoming smartphones and their expected specifications.



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