Back in October Samsung gave the first steps of what seems to be a complete overhaul in its smartphone lineup. According to statements made by the Korean manufacturer, it will start to ship more compelling features, that were previously meant only for Galaxy S-series into some of its midrange smartphones. Today a new leak comes to endorse that the company is really committed to bringing new smartphones on the next year that will be attractive for customers and will be able to compete with the giants of China.
Today a summary containing some details about storage and color options for upcoming devices under the Galaxy-A and M-series have surfaced online. According to it, Samsung is considering to bring a White Color in the back as a launch day color option. But apparently, it will only be reserved for the Galaxy-A smartphones. The Cheaper Galaxy-M smartphones will have a more limited color palette. Up to the moment, it is still unclear if the company will bring a gradient colored variant for any of the smartphones.
The naming also reveals that the company will, in fact, launch a Galaxy SM-M205F moving two digits into Galaxy M20 and not Galaxy M2 as previously speculated. Storage will be a plenty even for the cost-effective models, the Galaxy M30, for example, will count with 64GB of internal storage for the basic model and 128GB for the upper variant. The Galaxy M20 will start with 32GB, but another variant with 64GB will also be available. The M10 is the smaller device with 16GB and 32GB storage variants, respectively. Both handsets will be available in Blue and Darker Gray color options, at least for now.
The Galaxy A50 will come in 64GB and 128GB storage variants, while the Galaxy A30 will start with 32GB and will reach 64GB of total internal space. Knowing Samsung it’s almost a certainty that the company will offer microSD smartphones for both the A and M-series. The Galaxy A smartphones will have a range of color options: Blue, Black, Red, White, Pink, and Silver.
The Galaxy M-series will target emerging markets in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia while the Galaxy-A smartphones will be made with the European market in mind. We are curious to see if any of the smartphones lineups will be enough to compete with other handsets from brands like Xiaomi that are eating Samsung market share in the segment month after month. Of course, the price will be important to determine if Samsung will succeed or not with the new smartphone series.