With Chinese smartphone makers dominating virtually every segment of the market, Samsung mobile seems keen on reclaiming the top spot, as it has been rumored to be working on a number of other devices following the launch of three Galaxy A smartphone a week ago.
Samsung has a number of the Galaxy A series smartphones in the making, three, however, are reportedly dropping soon. and while we are not sure when Samsung will drop these devices, a number of them have pop up somewhere in Europe, suggesting they could at least be available in some European markets.
A product page for the Galaxy A40 first surfaced earlier this month in Germany, and now that is joined by product pages for three more devices under the new Galaxy A series. Samsung’s UK website has created dedicated product pages of the Samsung Galaxy A90, Galaxy A40, and Galaxy A20e. Sadly nothing significant could be gleaned from any of the product pages, though their existence suggests they could be launching officially soon.
The Galaxy A90 obviously will end up as the most premium of the trio, and that has been alluded to by some previous leaks and renders. It was earlier rumored the device could launch with a sliding and rotating camera system, a more recent render of the device suggest otherwise claiming the Galaxy A90 could come with a pop-up selfie camera as well as a separate triple rear camera set up.
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The A40 isn’t new to the rumor mill either, it was spotted with a product page first in Germany, while a separate report has it the device could launch at Euros 249 (around Rs 20,047) in Europe. The device will arrive as a mid-range phone featuring a 6.4-inch Infinity-U Super AMOLED display with 1080 x 2340 Full HD+ resolution and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
New to the rumor mill is the Galaxy A20e, and while nothing has been revealed about the device, its moniker could mean that it will sit in between the Galaxy A10 announced at the MWC and the regular Galaxy A20 which could be launching soon.