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Samsung is working on a new entry-level smartphone with model number SM-A105F whose name, according to rumors, should be the Galaxy A01.To provide us with the first information in this regard is the FCC, the US institution has published the relevant certification anticipating the presence of a 3,000 mAh battery and a rear photographic compartment that includes two cameras and an LED flash.Further explanations on the product’s technical sheet are provided by Geekbench, where a few weeks ago, the device popped up showing an octa-core SoC made by Qualcomm, 2GB of RAM and the latest Android version.According to what reported by 91mobiles, The Samsung Galaxy A01 should also have a 5.7″ display and a 16GB of internal memory.The rear body, as can be deduced from an image provided by the FCC will presumably be made of plastic.And the phone does not lack the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Samsung Galaxy A51 has made an appearance yet again, this time courtesy of new render images.Samsung has been hard at it, populating its budget and mid-range series with phones this year.The company's Galaxy A-series phones debuted in February earlier this year, and Galaxy A50s followed the A50 in September.Just a week back, we reported about a possible successor to the Galaxy A50 and A50s, and the new information falls in line with the leaks and rumors around Galaxy A51.In a series of renders published by PriceBaba in collaboration with OnLeaks, the Galaxy A51 breaks cover with a quad-camera setup and a punch-hole screen on the front.The report also notes that Samsung has started mass-producing the Galaxy A51 at its facility in Greater Noida, India and the phone could hit the shelves early-2020.
Strong sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have contributed to the company's biggest mobile division profits since 2018, but the South Korean giant has warned investors not to expect the effects to last.The performance of the flagship device, coupled with good shipments of the refreshed mid-range Galaxy A series, had led to a 32 per cent increase in mobile profits and hopes that Samsung’s mobile difficulties were nearing an end.Sluggish smartphone sales and a downturn in the market for memory ships have led to a challenging number of quarters for the Korean mobile giant.However Samsung says it expects flagship sales to tail off and for marketing costs to rise during the Christmas period – eating into profits.However going forward, there is cause for optimism.Its Q3 results were better than expected despite operating profit falling by 56 per cent to 7.8 trillion won (£5.2bn) and revenues declining by 5.2 per cent to 62 trillion won (£42.2bn).
In the past, Samsung has limited its presence in the US smartphone market to its top-end premium flagships.The reasoning, perhaps, was that these were the only ones that would sell in such a primary consumer market.Samsung has finally made available a couple of its Galaxy A series phones in the US and it seems that it isn’t done yet for 2019.The Galaxy A70 is reportedly launching soon but it might be a little too late to make an impact.On its own, the Galaxy A70 isn’t too shabby for a mid-range Samsung phone.Instead of Samsung’s own Exynos chip, the phone is actually powered by a Snapdragon 675 paired with 6 GB of RAM.
Since the beginning of the year, Samsung has introduced a plethora of smartphones under its Galaxy A and Galaxy M lineup.It seems like the company has started preparing for the next year.As per the emerging report, the South Korean company has now started working on the Galaxy A51.As the name suggests, the smartphone is going to be a follow up of previously lanched Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A50s.Samsung Galaxy A51 Production Begins for 2020Samsung is planning to launch the upcoming Galaxy A51 smartphone next year.
Samsung’s Galaxy A90 is the cheapest 5G phone in the South Korean conglomerate’s portfolio right now.It has been only a few months and the company is already closing in on the Galaxy A90s which will feature a 4,200mAh battery.It is expected to have 5G support as well.The Galaxy A90 which made its debut in September is only the third Samsung phone to have 5G connectivity other than the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G.Now, according to SafetyKorea certification site, Samsung is about to unveil an upgraded, rather new version of this phone, possibly named Galaxy A90s.The site revealed the 4,200mAh battery which will be powering this phone.
All of Samsung’s 2019 flagships, including the Galaxy Fold, are out in the market and it seems that Samsung is winding down a bit and working steadily on getting Android 10 to those phones.That said, the company is believed to be preparing “lite” versions of its two flagships, among other phones.One of those, believed to be the Galaxy S10 Lite, has popped up on Geekbench with some very basic details.Samsung is no stranger to “mini” or “lite” versions of its flagships but it seemed to have stopped that practice a few releases ago.Firstly, the Galaxy A series as mostly taken the place of lite premium phones.Secondly, the Galaxy S10e this year, in particular, already offered a more affordable version of the early 2019 flagship.
Samsung’s lineup of Galaxy S and Note smartphones remains as the flagship series to beat in the Android world.If you want to enjoy a stellar Samsung Galaxy smartphone experience without breaking the bank, your best bet would be to go for the Galaxy A series.It’s actually the first smartphone to have four cameras on the back, a desirable feature that you won’t find on the flagship S devices.Putting a quad-lens camera to a midrange smartphone is already a daring move for Samsung, but the Korea-based company did not stop at that.At the core of the A9 is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor backed by 6GB of RAM.It’s not as powerful as the latest S10 series, but it’s snappy enough in opening tasks, switching between apps, and multitasking.
Samsung is long rumoured to launch its next-gen Galaxy A91 smartphone before the end of this year.As the name suggests, the Galaxy A91 is going to be a successor to the previously launched Galaxy A90 5G smartphone.The Galaxy A91 is going to the company’s most expensive A-lineup device.Thanks to the previous rumours and leaks, we can easily speculate the entire spec sheet of the device.It seems like the smartphone will share some core specifications as that of Galaxy A90 5G.Coming to the specifications, the device will be equipped with a 6.7-inch Infinity-U display.