What you need to know
- Samsung is reportedly working on a new smartphone line for the Indian market.
- The first phone under the camera-centric Galaxy F series line is tipped to launch next month.
- Like the Galaxy M series, the Galaxy F series will be focused on the online audience.
Last year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy M series to take on the likes of Xiaomi and Realme in India and a few other markets. A new report from 91Mobiles now claims Samsung will soon roll out another new smartphone line for the Indian market.
According to the report, the upcoming camera-centric Galaxy F series line of smartphones will be priced under the ₹20,000 ($272) mark in the country. Samsung is apparently planning to launch the first device under the new Galaxy F series next month, although there is no word yet on the phone's tech specs.
Similar to the Galaxy M series, the Galaxy F series will be available only via online channels, at least initially. What remains to be seen, however, is how Samsung will differentiate the Galaxy M series from the new F series. Samsung's recent Galaxy M series phones, such as the Galaxy M31s, offer impressive quad-camera setups with a 64MP primary sensor.
The first Galaxy F series phone will likely be the SM-F415F, which was initially believed to be an "affordable" foldable phone. It is expected to be based on the Galaxy M31, which means you can expect it to have a 64MP primary camera and a 32MP selfie camera.
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