The Galaxy A Series, Samsung’s much-discussed but not-yet-released replacement to its mid-range phones, has finally arrived.
It was announced on Sunday that Samsung would have a product launch event and online-only debut on March 17 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time (ET). The invitation, which depicts a grid of multi-colored and joyful “A”s, eliminates any remaining question that Samsung’s upcoming event would address its more cheap device line.
Samsung’s forthcoming A Series, a group of phones that retail for hundreds of dollars less than the flagship Galaxy S series by omitting crucial and often coveted features, has not been announced.
In the past, Samsung has sold a lot of phones with slower processors, fewer cameras, and lower-quality screens.
Recent reports, on the other hand, imply that Samsung may take things a step further with the next generation of its Galaxy A Series smartphones. It’s possible that the A Series will have a feature like optical image stabilisation (OIS).
Big displays (6.1-inch and beyond), strong cameras (64MP is not exceptional), and long battery life make A Series phones appealing (up to 5,000 mAh). The Galaxy A42 5G is now available for $299. They tend to cut corners on CPUs, displays, and high-end camera capabilities like strong optical and digital Space zoom.
Will Samsung adopt the Apple path and use the same flagship-class Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 8 processor in all of the Galaxy A Series devices? It’s not only time, price, and models that Samsung is expected to reveal. It is true that we won’t find out until Thursday.
On TechRadar and Samsung.com, you can watch the live feed and follow along.