“Samsung has planned to launch a new Galaxy A-series smartphone every month of the first half of 2019”
After updating its budget smartphone lineup with Galaxy M series, Samsung is all set to revamp the lineup of its mid-range series. The company’s India Senior Vice President Ranjivjit Singh has said it’ll be launching a new Galaxy A-series smartphone every month starting March. This means that at least four models in the series will be launched in the first half of 2019. The handsets announced will be priced between Rs 10,000 and Rs 50,000.
While Singh revealed that it wants to make Galaxy A series a $4 billion brand in India in 2019, he didn’t divulge any information about the smartphones. However, going by the previous leaks, Samsung is reportedly working on as many as nine smartphones under the series – this would start from Galaxy A10 and go up to Galaxy A90. All the handsets have been in and out of the rumour mill over the past few months.
Earlier today, the specifications and features of the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50 were leaked. The Galaxy A10 is tipped to be an entry-level offering with Infinity V display, dual cameras, and a beefy 4,000mAh battery. The Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 are expected to be more premium with octa-core chipset, up to triple-rear camera setup, an edge-to-edge Infinity U display, and features such as AR stickers, Dolby Atmos sound support, and USB Type C port.
Apart from them, the Galaxy A20 – which will reportedly be an Android Go smartphone – was allegedly spotted on WiFi certification site. It could be an indication that these smartphones are most likely to launch in the next few months. However, as stated above, it hasn’t been confirmed yet, so take the news with a grain of salt.