Samsung Galaxy SM-A305F, SM-A505F and SM-M105F storage, RAM and color variants leaked

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Recent reports have revealed that Samsung is planning to revamp its mid-range series of smartphones. It is soon expected to release the all new Galaxy M lineup to replace its exciting Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy C phones. The company is reportedly working on Galaxy M phones with model numbers like SM-M205F and SM-M305F. Also, in order to cut down on the cost, it is expected to use LCD panels instead of AMOLED on its upcoming Galaxy A series of smartphones. A fresh report on SamMobile has revealed newer information on upcoming Galaxy A and Galaxy M phones.

Samsung is reportedly working on newer Galaxy A phones with model numbers like SM-A305F and SM-A505F. The latter will be a higher model with storage choices such as 64 GB and 128 GB. It is expected to be available in colors like black, white, silver, blue and pink. The SM-A305F will be a lower phone than SM-A505F since it is expected to arrive in 32 GB and 64 GB storage models. It may come in colors like black, white, blue and red.

Apart from SM-M205F and SM-M305F models, the South Korean firm is also speculated to be working on a cheaper phone with model number SM-M105F. It is tipped to arrive in 16 GB and 32 GB storage sizes. All the existing Galaxy M models are expected in Blue and Dark Grey options. The Samsung M series of smartphones is rumored to be aimed towards emerging markets.

There is no confirmation on the official names of the above phones. The recent trademarks by Samsung suggests that its upcoming phones may have double digits in their names such as Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50, Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30 and Galaxy M50. The recent appearance of Galaxy M20 phone on AnTuTu had suggested that it would be arriving with a notched display. There is no confirmation on whether phones in the M lineup will also include notched screens.

It may take some time for these phones to go official. There is a possibility that these details may change as their launch draws near. Hence, it is advisable to digest the report with a grain of salt.

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