Just a couple of weeks ago we had reported that Samsung may be coming up with an all-new series of smartphones, the Galaxy M series with three new models namely Galaxy M20, M30, and M50. Then, we had discovered how the Galaxy M2 leaked out on Geekbench and AnTuTu. Now, a budget model named Galaxy M10 sporting 16GB/32GB variants is also reportedly in the works.
It thus seems like the Galaxy M series is all set to replace the Galaxy J, C, and On series with its offerings. The latest leak reveals that Samsung is not only working overtime on the Galaxy M series but a slew of new Galaxy A series phones too. Reportedly, the phones in this series will be sporting only LCD displays from now onwards to cater exclusively to the mid-range segment.
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Apart from Galaxy A8s, another upcoming phone from the Galaxy A series is being dubbed Galaxy A50. This phone is expected to be priced at the upper-midrange and will reportedly feature the option between 64GB/128GB ROM. It’ll be available in black, blue, white, pink, and silver colors. A cheaper version being dubbed Galaxy A30 is also in the works and will feature the option between 32GB/64GB ROM.
While not much is known about the detailed specs and screen size of these upcoming phones, it is being rumored that they may sport notched displays. Samsung is expected to make an announcement in early December and launch these devices either during Yuletide or early next year to mark a new beginning in its budget and mid-range segment.