Samsung is a big name in the smartphone industry and the South-Korean giant has a lot of phones to its credit, under a number of series. The high-end series basically include the S series (with the most recent Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+) and the Note series (with the most recent Galaxy Note 9). Other series include the A, C, and J series.
The latest rumors have it that Samsung might be working on consolidating some of these line-ups under a new series known as the Galaxy M series. This means that in the future, we may no longer have Galaxy C, Galaxy J or Galaxy On phones. Instead, we should expect to see Galaxy M phones. If the rumors are anything to go by, then the phones in the Galaxy M line-up will have two digits. So, we may have phones like Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30.
Two model numbers were recently discovered – SM-M205F and SM-M305F. A report from SamMobile has it that the SM-M205F will come in 32GB and 64GB internal storage variants while the SM-M305F will offe64GB and 128GB internal storage options. However, this information has not been confirmed by Samsung.
The report also has it that the new naming scheme could extend to the A series. But this cannot be confirmed until Samsung makes an official announcement, or until more solid evidence is gotten. For now, we can only wait.