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Samsung reportedly working upon 14 new devices to penetrate into Chinese market

04 October 2018 4

Fasting rising Chinese smartphone brands like Huawei, Vivo, Oppo have given a tough battle to the already mature contenders like Samsung and Apple in the emerging markets. Samsung has also faced tough competition in penetrating deeper into the Chinese smartphone market and the Korean tech giant has plans in place to tackle that.


Samsung is working upon 12 other smartphones that the company would either launch as a part of Galaxy A series or might possibly introduce a new set of series altogether and would possibly drop down the Galaxy J series. These phones are speculated to launch in 2019 and would target the low price range market with few covering the mid-range smartphone market. Likewise, Samsung would surely stick to the Galaxy S and Note series for its flagship devices.

Currently, there is not much information available regarding the details of these phones under works as the launch date is speculated to be quite far. Chances are that most of these devices would be specific to the Chinese market and might not be available in other parts of the world. If you happen to be in China, would you prefer a Samsung manufactured phone over the local companies like Oppo, Vivo or Huawei? Share your likings in the comment section below.


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CatherineCathy
CatherineCathy

One thing you must appreciate about the Chinese brands is they are comparatively new in this field as compared to stalwarts like Apple and Samsung. And still, they are making life difficult for them.

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