January 28, 2020
As reported by The News Pocket, Samsung has filed trademark applications for names of nine new Galaxy A smartphones. The Galaxy A series, Samsung’s affordable range, is one of the company’s most popular phone families. The Korean tech conglomerate has already launched two generations of this series, and based on the bevy of new trademark applications, has no intention of slowing down.
The applications were filed in Samsung’s home country of South Korea, as well as with the European Union Intellectual Property Office and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The proposed names include: Samsung Galaxy A12, A22, A32, A42, A52, A62, A72, A82, and A92. Although details about the phones are scarce, according to TechRadar, it appears that the A12 will be the cheapest of the nine phones, with the others gradually increasing in price (and specs).
This new wave of Galaxy A devices are not expected to hit the market until 2021, as Samsung has already registered names for its 2020 Galaxy A series.
Authors: Sam Galway and Dani Palter