Samsung is definitely planning on continuing to develop new and advanced phones in the following years. According to some of the recent reports, this South Korean giant has recently filed trademark applications for nine new Galaxy A series smartphones. These include Samsung Galaxy A12, A22, A32, A42, A52, A62, A72, A82, and A92. Now, given that Samsung Galaxy A 51 and A71 are yet to launch this year (most likely within a few months), it is safe to assume that these new phone names Samsung trademarked will not arrive before 2021.
As a reminder, last year, Samsung has completely revamped their Galaxy A series. After discontinuing Galaxy J series, the company decided to introduce a brand new Galaxy A series, varying from lower to upper-midrange smartphones. So far, this new generation of Galaxy A was a great success, especially considering the fact that their A90, which launched last September, was the first Galaxy A series smartphone to feature 5G. Also, these new trademarked Galaxy A series are just proof that Samsung plans on improving it by adding more models in the following years.
As it was with A10-A90, the new Galaxy A series will have a varying price range, with A12 being the most affordable one and A92 being the most expensive (and most powerful as well). While it is nice to see that the company is looking to please all of their customers, the opinions on the matter are quite divided. Some people think that new models are being released way too quickly, which is understandable to some extent, given how fast technology is evolving these days. On the other hand, there are also those that are very excited by getting a new smartphone model every year. In any case, it is nice to see that Samsung is looking to expand their Galaxy A series, and we are looking forward to seeing what these new models have in store.
Also, this year’s CES will start on January 7th, which is less than a week from now, and we’re excited to see which new models will Samsung unveil during it.