Numerous reports suggest that smartphone manufacturer Samsung is expected to launch a new Galaxy M series soon, which will be company’s budget-friendly devices.
Rumor has it that South Korean smartphone manufacturer is expected to launch a merger of its Samsung Galaxy J, Galaxy C, and Galaxy On series to form Galaxy M series, which will consisting of mid-range budget devices, reported Sam Mobile.
In order to maintain pricing, the M series could largely consist of phones with LCD displays, along with a few higher-end AMOLED display models. Two devices spotted suspect that the phones could be named Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 having model numbers SM-M205F and SM-M305F respectively.
Reports suggest that the leaked mid-range devices will come in with dual-SIM support with a probable launch in Asia, parts of Europe, and the Middle East. While SM-M205F might feature 32GB/64GB internal storage, the SM-M305F is expected to have a 64GB/128GB internal memory options, wrote Gizmo China.
Also, the report also stated that similar double-digit device naming technique might be used for future phone under the Galaxy A series as well. However, nothing can be made sure unless Samsung itself makes an official announcement.