Samsung recently announced through a YouTube video that on December 12, 2019, the company will unveil the first members of the Galaxy A (2020) series.
Due to the emerging Chinese OEMs, the smartphone market has been facing saturation in the last few years. This not only gave consumers more reasonably priced choices, but also put market share at risk.
Samsung decided to expand its mid-range segment in order to remedy the situation. That was done by re-engineering the A-series of the product. A famous tipster Ishan Agarwal recently revealed that for its mid-range lineup, the company has already started working on new smartphones.
It is reported that Samsung is working on Galaxy A11, A31, A41, A51, A71, A81. The video, however, shows a smartphone with a punch hole and a new camera set that fits on leaks to the recently leaked renders for Samsung A51 and A71. Therefore, the Galaxy A51 and A71 will most likely go official on December 12.
The renders reveal a similar punch hole with quadruple camera sensors and a rectangular camera aisle. Since the launch date is less than 10 days away, we will soon be heading for interesting leaks and rumors.
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