Samsung Galaxy A8
Samsung is expected to launch the all-new Galaxy Note 10 on the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 7, 2019. This is likely to be the last flagship smartphone launched by a South Korean company this year.

Instead, we might be able to see the start of the all-new Galaxy A line of handsets, which offer new features before their flagship smartphone (Galaxy A8s get a display of Infinity-O months before the Galaxy S10 is launched) at an affordable price.


Little is known about what Samsung has planned, but the technology blog FanatorTech has found some interesting information about how many of these price-conscious new handsets we can see in the coming months.

According to the trademark submitted by the European Union Intellectual Property Office, or EUIPO, and excavated by blogs, Samsung is preparing to launch nine new entries into the ranks of the Galaxy A. The Seoul-based company has patented these names, the Samsung Galaxy A11 , A21, A31, A41, A51, A61, A71, A71, and finally, Galaxy A91.

All of these model names are categorized as Class 9 devices, which means that any hardware associated with the name will be "smartphone, cellphone, or tablet computer". Trademarks state that Samsung will only replace 0 to 1 for all successors of the existing Galaxy A line. For example, the Galaxy A10 will be followed by the Galaxy A11, Galaxy A20 with Galaxy A21, and so on.

In particular, the selection of brand names included in this trademark shows that Samsung did not use the names of smart phones in the 100s, such as the Galaxy A100.

Samsung launched the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A8 in early October, followed by the Galaxy A6 later that month, and the Galaxy A8 in December. As such, we may be just a few months away from the first of the mobile phones that focus on this price.

Look forward to the Fanatortech for the latest whispers and leaks in the handset.
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