If there’s one smartphone maker who has more models in the market than one can remember, it’s Samsung. So many smartphones, so many product lines. Galaxy On. Galaxy J. Galaxy A. Galaxy S. Galaxy Note. This thing, however, may change soon as the company is reportedly planning a reorganization of its low-end and mid-range smartphone lineup to better take on its Chinese rivals.
That’s right. According to industry sources, Samsung Mobile is planning a major reorganization of its budget and mid-range product lines. At the heart of this reorganization plan is discontinuation of Galaxy J series and its merger with more premium Galaxy A series. We already know that the company is working on a Galaxy J6 Prime. It’ll be very interesting to see under which brand this device will be launched.
In addition to that the Galaxy On series, which is company’s online-exclusive lineup of budget smartphones, may also be rebranded to Galaxy M series.
In short, when this reorganization is done the company will be left with 2 simple product lines for its non-flagship offerings – Galaxy M series for budget smartphones and Galaxy A series for mid-range smartphones. Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lineups, as we know already, are flagship offerings of the company.