Samsung Galaxy A-Series to Replace Galaxy J-Series, Confirmed By The Company!
As per the latest news, Samsung is replacing its J-series with its Samsung Galaxy A-Series smartphone. From quite a long time Samsung has its J-series in the market, and the price was around Rs.10,000 to Rs.15000. It looks that Samsung has taken the decision to improve itself against Chinese competitors like Xiaomi and Realme. J-series is the super-budget series like Galaxy J2 Core, to the super-flagship series which is Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note series. The Galaxy S10 series and Note series got more attention and the Galaxy J Series brings in a large portion of the vast budget in Indian Market.
Samsung Galaxy J-series Replaced With A-Series
As in the market, new rivals have come like Realme, Infinix, Huawei, Honor all these manufacturers have come in the market with their bezel-less displays, dual cameras, bigger capacity batteries. So, Samsung is working on its way with the new Infinity-V, Infinity-U displays, big batteries, at an affordable price. Samsung has launched a new Galaxy-M Series and replaced the older J-series with Galaxy A Series.
Now, Samsung has officially announced that “Galaxy J is now Galaxy A” and they are planning to stop the Galaxy J series. The company will merge the Galaxy J series with Galaxy A Series. Still, the reason behind this replacement is not out. Maybe Samsung wants to make its range a little less confusing for the buyers.
Samsung has been judging the scrappage of the old series and now the news is confirmed through their Malaysia’s YouTube channel and the video also has a new teaser for the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50. The A-series is affordable, and the revamped Galaxy A series is attractive. This new series has better batteries, bezel-less displays, glossy designs to make the smartphone attractive.