Samsung now aims to launch new smartphones in its mid-range segment to capture the market once again.
Once regarded as the leader in the Indian smartphone market, Samsung has since lost its hold in the country. However, it is trying to regain its position in the Indian smartphone arena with four new rumoured launches in the budget segment, in two very well-known series, namely Series A and Series J. Both these series have already done wonders for the company among Indian customers.
We have already talked about Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ in our previous articles. These amazing smartphones feature a 6-inch Full HD + Super AMOLED display. The main difference between the two smartphones is the dual camera setup that the Samsung A6 lacks. These phones are also huge powerhouses with Octa Core processors of the well-known Qualcomm Snapdragon series. According to trusted sources and reports from IANS, the Samsung Galaxy A series will be priced between Rs 20,000 and Rs 25,000.
Coming to the four new rumoured smartphones, they are said to feature Samsung’s very own Super AMOLED Infinity Display, which was earlier available only in flagships such as Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. The company is likely to introduce the same screen for lower, budget category mobiles in order to attract customers with the amazing display quality.
However, only two of the upcoming four phones will feature a dual camera setup. It would be safe to say that only the higher-end models of the phones will have them to add a certain edge for consumers willing to pay more for the added feature.
Information about the Samsung Galaxy J series phones have not been made public and have not even leaked in the market but sources confirm that the phones will be ranged between Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000. Just like its predecessors, Samsung Galaxy J smartphones are said to have a bike mode for a safe drive while operating vehicles.
No official source has confirmed the launch of any smartphone but the sources of these leaks are quite credible and hence we can expect another range of pocket-friendly smartphones in the coming months.