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Samsung Galaxy A12 and Samsung Galaxy A02s are Samsung’s newest budget devices

Samsung has rolled out two new entry-level handsets, the Samsung Galaxy A12 and Samsung Galaxy A02s. As you’d expect, the A12 is a successor for the A11, which was only released in March, while the A02s supersedes the A01s, introduced this time last year. According to GSMArena, both devices clock in at under $220 and manage...

Samsung Galaxy A21s launched with 48MP quad rear camera

Samsung is making a killing with its Galaxy A series of budget and mid-range devices. The Galaxy A10 from last year was the top-selling Android smartphone in 2019, with the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A20 taking the next two spots. The Galaxy A51, which was launched towards the end of last year, was the top-selling...

Samsung unveils entry-level Galaxy A01 with Infinity-V display and 128GB of storage

If you've followed Samsung news lately, you know the company has focused a lot of effort on the A-series. Last week, we saw the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 get officially announced. The A-series has traditionally been for mid-range to low-end phones with some features that make them stand out from other "cheap" devices. Today,...

Samsung confirms they’re scrapping the Galaxy J line, says it’s now the Galaxy A line

If you're out in the market, buying or just checking out Samsung's smartphones, the variety and the vastness in the range of products can be intimidating. The South Korean giant has a smartphone for every pocket and need. While the Galaxy S and the Note series - being at the top-end - generate most of...

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) leak shows triple rear cameras

Samsung has a broad smartphone portfolio, which can be roughly classified under Galaxy S series (flagship phones), Galaxy A series (mid-range phones), and Galaxy J series (budget phones). Samsung's 2018 flagship announcements are already in the rear mirror with the launches of the Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. With...

Samsung Galaxy A8 Star launched on Amazon India with Snapdragon 660 and 6.3″ display for ₹34,990

Despite facing heavy competition, Samsung isn't planning to give up its leadership of the Indian smartphone market. The company is still one of the two market leaders---along with Xiaomi---and in the premium smartphone market, its long reign at the top was only broken in Q2 2018 by OnePlus for the first time ever in India....