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Tuesday September 15, 2020

Samsung is launching a new “Galaxy F” series of phones in the Indian market (report)

A new report from the site indicated 91Mobiles To Samsung’s plan to launch new, cheap phones in a series called “Galaxy F” intended for the Indian market.

According to the report, the Korean company wants to compete stronger in the Indian market to confront Chinese companies such as Xiaomi and Realme, which have a large share in it, which came at the expense of its phones, as it will provide multiple options of cheap phones with competitive specifications through the F series at a price of approximately 270 USD.

While the site claimed that the company’s first phones from the Galaxy F series will come with a quad rear camera, the main one with a resolution of 64 megapixels; While its other specifications will be similar to the Samsung Galaxy M31s.

The phone will be revealed during the month of October, as it will be available in the Indian market through the electronic sales channels represented by the company’s website and a number of its partners. Hence, the scope may be expanded to include stores and a number of other global markets.

Last year, Samsung replaced the Galaxy J series, which had achieved remarkable success in the mid-market, with the new Galaxy M; In a move to confront other Android phone manufacturers, after losing a good percentage in the second most important global phone market – India – with the proliferation of Chinese manufacturers’ phones with high efficiency and reasonable price.

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