Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy M series of smartphones soon, indicate multiple reports. Rumours suggest that this lineup will consist of the company’s budget and mid-range segment devices. In addition, storage details of two devices from the series have been spotted online, with the likelihood of a launch soon.
Samsung Galaxy M series will make up devices that are currently sold as part of the Galaxy J, Galaxy C and Galaxy On series. Not only are the latter three expected to merge, but the phones to be introduced under the series could have double digit name.
A GizmoChina report also suggests that the Galaxy M series could majorly consist of phones with LCD displays, in order to maintain pricing, as well as a few higher-end AMOLED display models.
The two upcoming Samsung devices were spotted by SamMobile, which suspects that they could be named Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30. These phones, with model numbers SM-M205F and SM-M305F, are expected to be mid-range devices. Rumours also claim that the leaked devices could come with dual SIM support with a likely launch in Asia, parts of Europe, and the Middle East.
While SM-M205F is expected to support 32GB/64GB internal storage, SM-M305F is likely to have 64GB/128GB internal memory options.
Similar plans are also being rumoured for future phones under the Galaxy A series. It appears as if the South Korean electronics maker could consider a double-digit name for those titles, as well as LCD panels for upcoming phones. These plans, though, will only be known after these phones are launched.