In an effort to reshape its smartphone strategy, Samsung might introduce cheaper models of its existing flagship smartphones. We’ve earlier reported that a cheaper Galaxy Note 10 with model number SM-N770F is in the works.
And now another source claims that aside from a cheaper Note 10, Samsung is planning cheaper Galaxy S series smartphones and according to famous teenage leaker Ishan Agarwal, it could be a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite or Galaxy S11 Lite with model number SM-G770F.
The source also revealed that the Korean manufacturer is also working on an entry-level Galaxy with model number SM-A015F. This smartphone is said to feature a 5.71-inch screen, and it might see the daylight in the coming weeks.
Coming back to the cheaper Galaxy S series, the Galaxy S smartphone with model number SM-G770F and the upcoming Galaxy A91 are expected to share a lot of similarities in terms of specifications. While the Galaxy A91 is expected to release sometime in November, there is no information on the release date of the cheaper Galaxy S series. These cheaper Galaxy smartphones will first come to Asia and Europe and may or may not come to the US.
The addition of a new model to the Note 10 series and S10 series, however, is not a surprising move from Samsung as the company performed similar stunts in the past by launching devices like the Galaxy S10e.