It is about time that Samsung Teases Next Galaxy A Series Phones. A lot of people have been eagerly waiting to see what Samsung would be offering next when it comes to the A series Department.
Samsung Teases Next Galaxy A Series Phones
Recently, the South Korean tech giant sent out invitations to an online-only product event and launch, set for Thursday, March 17, at 10 AM ET. If there was any lingering doubt that Samsung’s next event would address its more affordable handset line, the invite features a grid of multi-colored and cheerful “A”s, remove that.
Not Much has been stated about Samsung’s next A Series, a collection of phones that sell for hundreds of dollars less than the flagship Galaxy S series by removing key and often desirable features.
Slower CPUs, fewer cameras, and slightly lesser screen technology, though, has, in the past translated into big sales for Samsung.
Samsung A Series 5G
Recent rumors stated that, after pairing the mid-range devices with 5G services in the last lineup, Samsung might choose to go further with the next set of Galaxy A Series phones. A flagship-level feature just like stabilization (OIS) could appear in the Lineup of the A-Series.
A Series phones have proven to be quite attractive because they offer bigger screens (6.1-inch and above), surprisingly powerful cameras (64MP is not unusual), and good great battery life up to about 5000 mAh. At the moment, A series of devices like the Galaxy A42 5G is selling for around $299. They tend to skimp on CPUs (usually a generation or two back), screens, and the aforementioned high-end camera features like powerful optical and digital space zoom.
Will Samsung be pushing the Galaxy A Series further this time, possibly using the route that Apple used and using the same Flagship-class Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 8 CPU in all of them? Also expect Samsung to offer some details on timing, prices, models, and many more. Of course, we would not be hearing anything up until Thursday.