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Samsung to end ‘series’ confusion

Samsung has a range of series including Galaxy S lineup, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy M series. The Galaxy J series was the company’s budget-centric series.

Samsung has smartphones in all the price segments, starting fromentry-level going up to premium flagship. However, the plethora of products, which are part of different series, at times can be confusing for many. However, the brand has initiated the process to declutter it with the latest announcement about merging Galaxy J series with Galaxy A series which overlap each other in terms of their offerings.

For those who don’t know, Samsung has a range of series including Galaxy S lineup, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy M series. The Galaxy J series was the company’s budget-centric series. Samsung has now officially announced that it is laying off the popular Galaxy J series moniker and merging it with Galaxy A series. The news comes through Samsung Malaysia’s official YouTube channel in the form of a teaser for the latest Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50.

In the teaser, the company has confirmed that it will be merging the Galaxy J-series with Galaxy A-series. The video also reveals that the Galaxy A-series will come loaded with interesting design language coupled with latest display trend. The new series will house bigger battery backup coupled with fast charging solution.

Galaxy A-series will feature multiple camera setup as well as in-display fingerprint scanners. With this, Samsung is now refining its smartphone portfolio and the new series seems to be more aligned with the competition. One could expect, the company to make the official announcement at the upcoming event, which is scheduled to take place on April 10.

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