It’s been a few days since Samsung took the wraps off its latest flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but that doesn’t mean the Korean company is going to take a break.
It appears that Samsung is planning to expand its Galaxy A line up with a bunch of new handsets. Recently, the Korean company filed trademarks for Galaxy A6, Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A9, suggesting that they plan to bring more handsets to the market in the coming months.
There’s no word if they really exist at the moment, but if real, it seems Samsung is planning to expand its mid-range offerings. The Galaxy A line up took a different approach by opting for a slightly better, more premium, design starting with the Galaxy Alpha, and going forward to the Galaxy A3, A5 and A7.
This could just bring refinements and slightly better specifications, but nothing is official until it comes from the Korean company itself.
There’s no word on when these smartphones — if they are real — would hit the retail shelves, but let’s just wait for it. We’ll update you if we get to hear anything more.
Source: PhoneArenaFiled Under: Mobile Phone News