A report surfaced a few days ago that Samsung will be axing some of its current series. These include the Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C series. All three will be merged into a new series called the Galaxy M.
The Galaxy M series will take on a double-digit nomenclature, so expect models such as Galaxy M30, M40 and so on. The Galaxy M series will reportedly have LCD displays, though a high-end model with an AMOLED display is also said to be in development. The switch to LCD is to keep the price low.
In other news, information about two models belonging to the upcoming series has surfaced and it also contains details about their storage variants.
The devices have model numbers SM-M205F and SM-M305F and if the rumored naming scheme is indeed correct, they should launch as the Galaxy M20 and the Galaxy M30 respectively.
The SM-M205F will be available in two variants – a 32GB version and a 64GB version; while the SM-M305F will come in 64GB and 128GB variants. The two phones will have dual-SIM support since they will be targeted at Asian, EMEA, and maybe some parts of Europe where this feature is demanded.