Samsung revised its Galaxy A lineup this year which proved to bring back some of its lost market share and with it, popularity. Samsung is now readying up another set of Galaxy A devices as is evident from the latest trademark and we can expect these devices to debut next year.
A set of nine trademark applications have been filed by Samsung at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), reports Sammobile. The document bears names of the upcoming Galaxy A-series smartphone, all of which have the number 1 to associate the device as the successor to this year’s lineup.
The names of the new series have been trademarked as:
All the devices filed in this list have been classified as Class 9 which can include anything from smartphones, features phones and tablets.
Since some of the Galaxy A phones launch under the Galaxy M moniker, there’s no word whether Samsung plans to launch new Galaxy M phones in 2020. It remains to be seen how the South Korean company wishes to name the successors to the Galaxy M10, M20, M30 and M40. Could they also be followed by the Galaxy M11, M21, M31 and M41? Only time will tell.