Samsung is hard at work expanding its device lineup. During the last few months it became clear that the Korean tech giant is starting a brand new A-series lineup, an E-series, as well as a J-series. The A lineup already has two members- the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A5, both of which we have reviewed in depth here and here, respectively. Similarly, two mid-ranged E devices have been announced, but are still unavailable - Samsung Galaxy E5 and Galaxy E7. And as for the J line, we have only seen glimpses of an entry-level device, dubbed the Galaxy J1.
A few interesting trademark links came to our attention today, which seems to further prove that Samsung is keeping busy with the new smartphone lineups. And although a reserved name definitely does not equal a new handset the links are indicative of the manufacturer's intention to broaden the new families.
Presumably all of the future devices will bear similar design ant technical specifications to their respective siblings and differ in size, but at this point in time Samsung has simply acquired the copyrights to a set of Galaxy names and really anything else is pure speculation. What is your take on the future of the manufacturer's expanding lineup and what do you think the new devices should bring to the table in order to compete in the increasingly overcrowded mobile scene.
Let's make sammyphone for every letter in alphabet!!! Wait...what about Alpha? - KILL IT!!! pfffff.... pathetic
What? There is not even one mentioning of the patent? How is there an article about patents without mentioning the patent? And seriously Samsung? Well....we know who we have to blame for this. The rotten suing company.
Nah! It's just the same old grands, trends, cores, aces, megas, etc... with all the lites and pluses. Just rebranded.