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Samsung Galaxy A series will get NINE new smartphone models in the next year

It’s expected that Samsung would be unveiling a brand new Galaxy Note 10 smartphone during its August 7 scheduled ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event. It is most likely going to be the last flagship smartphone unveiled by Samsung this year,

Instead, it is quite likely that we may get to see a range of new Galaxy A smartphones, packed with new features at a budget-friendly price.

It is not known what exactly the South Korean company has really planned but a few interesting details have been discovered by tech website LetsDoDigital related to how many no. of these affordable new handsets could be unveiled in the days to come.

As per the trademarks filed by Samsung with EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and discovered by the tech site, Samsung most likely is planning to unveil 9 new Galaxy A series handsets. The names patented by the company are Samsung Galaxy A21, A11, A41, A31, A61, A51, A81, A71, and Galaxy A91.

All these model names have been categorised as the Class 9 handsets, which implies that whatever hardware linked with the phone’s name would be either a ‘tablet computer, mobile phones or smartphones.’

Notably, the Seoul-base company had launched its Galaxy A8 and A7 early October last year followed by Galaxy A6s later the same month and then Galaxy A8s during December. As such, it is likely that Samsung may launch these new Galaxy A range handsets in the coming months.

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