Samsung, after revamping its Galaxy A series this year, will be introducing a new naming scheme for its smartphones from the same lineup in 2020.
The South Korean smartphone maker has trademarked 9 names for upcoming smartphones in the Galaxy A series, Galaxy A11, A21, A31, A41, A51, A61, A71, A81, and A91. The documents have been filed at the European Union Intellectual Property Office.
Seemingly, Samsung will be following the footsteps of HMD Global whose naming convention has left many of us confused, and even the Finish company has admitted that they have failed to make their products’ name clear for the smartphone users.
Samsung Galaxy A series has been neglected in the past, and all the company’s efforts focused on the flagship Note and S series. In 2019, the company finally changed the circumstances, and in order to regain the market share, it lost to Chinese smartphone companies, Samsung aggressively pursued the budget and mid-range market.
Till now, we have seen the launch of Galaxy A10 (Review), Galaxy A20 (Review), Galaxy A30 (Review), Galaxy A50 (Review), Galaxy A70 (Review), and Galaxy A80 (Review) in Pakistan whereas Galaxy A60 is reportedly coming soon in the market.
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