Samsung is bringing the new M-series smartphones as their new midrange series in the markets. Well, this will take over the Galaxy J-series phones and the Galaxy On-series phones in the market. Also, the J-series of smartphones will merge with the A-series. It seems like Samsung is finally cleaning its mess with their new M-series line up. The latest leaks give us a digest of storage options and colors for the entry-level Galaxy A and Galaxy M phones.
Of Late, Samsung is planning to revive the White back as a launch day color option of these smartphones. We assume that it will arrive exclusively on the A-series only. On the flip-side, the cheap M models will come in a limited variant of colors. It’s not clear if any of these are gradient colors or not.
Interestingly, Samsung is also working on the naming schemes of these handsets. Naming on both the handsets moves to with double-digit numbers – so SM-M205F will be Galaxy M20, not M2.
One more thing to notice is the storage variants available on these handsets. Samsung is now becoming quite generous, and now even the base variant of the Galaxy M30 will include 64GB as standard storage. Well, there will be an option with 128GB of internal as well. Also, that matches the Galaxy A50, which will be a more premium device.
Samsung will advertise the Galaxy M-series in the emerging markets including the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. The more premium A-series will be available in Europe only. Note that Samsung is yet to start mass production on any of these models, so details may change.