- Samsung has applied for trademark for nine new smartphones.
- These phones are expected in 2021.
- Predicting from the trends of 2019, the Galaxy A12 is going to be the cheapest phone in the series while the A92 will be the most expensive.
Samsung has applied for trademark for nine new smartphones. All these smartphones belong to the Galaxy A series. The new phones include Samsung Galaxy A92, Galaxy A82, Galaxy A72, Galaxy A62, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A42, Galaxy A32, Galaxy A22, and Samsung Galaxy A12. These phones are expected in 2021. The Korean phone maker has already launched a bunch of new A-series phones for 2020 including the Samsung Galaxy A51 and the Samsung Galaxy A71.
The above information was shared on Twitter by a guy going by the handle @_the_tech_guy. According to the tipster, these smartphones have been trademarked in the company’s home country South Korea. The certification images only show the names of the phones, it does not give more information.
Samsung revamped the new A-series phones last year with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, Galaxy 40, Galaxy 50, Galaxy A60, Samsung Galaxy A70, and the Samsung A80. These phones became very popular in Kenya and around the world, especially the A30, A50, and A70. Samsung also introduced the M series in 2019 and discontinued the J series.
Samsung will definitely increase the number of phones in the A and M series this year. We have already seen rumors about the Samsung Galaxy M21, and we are expecting more phones before the end of the first quarter.
Predicting from the trends of 2019, the Galaxy A12 is going to be the cheapest phone in the series while the A92 will be the most expensive. As stated earlier, not much is known about the upcoming phones. We’ll definitely get more information about them as the year progresses.
Samsung is expected to launch Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite at CES 2019. We are expecting the new S series later on, in the month of February. Although the new series was rumored to be named Galaxy S11, the latest reports suggest it may be named Galaxy S20.