Samsung reportedly readying a brand new series of smartphones


At the end of October, Samsung introduced the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 (pictured above), both part of a new series of handsets called Galaxy A. This joined Samsung’s existing series: Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Pocket, Galaxy Mega, and so on. Samsung certainly has the largest number of Android smartphone models in history, having launched more than 100 different models since 2009 (when the original Samsung Galaxy was released). Now, according to SamMobile, the South Korean giant is getting ready to introduce yet another new smartphone range - presumably based on Android, though we can’t be sure of that just yet.

While there aren’t too many details on this, it’s said that the new series will have a “single letter naming convention” - just like the Galaxy A - and should be revealed "soon." Well, we’re all for simplicity when it comes to smartphone names, especially since Samsung has had quite a few handsets with really long names like Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, or Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD.

Recently, we heard that Samsung’s next Galaxy S flagship - possibly called Galaxy S6, and expected to be released in early 2015 - would be designed from scratch, being codenamed Project Zero to signal a brand new beginning. Perhaps the new series that we’ve mentioned above will be introduced at about the same time? Let’s wait and see.

source: Sam Mobile

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