Samsung’s Vietnam branch, via a YouTube video, recently announced that the company will be unveiling the first members of the Galaxy A (2020) series on 12th December 2019.
The smartphone market has been facing saturation in the last few years mainly due to the emerging Chinese OEMs. This not only gave the consumers more reasonably priced options to choose from but also threatened the market share of top smartphone manufacturers like Samsung and Apple.
To remedy the situation, Samsung decided to expand its mid-range segment. This was done by revamping the Company’s A-series. Only recently, a famous tipster Ishan Agarwal revealed that the company has already started working on new smartphones for its mid-range lineup.
Samsung is reportedly working on Galaxy A11, A31, A41, A51, A71 and A81. However, the video showcases a smartphone with a punch hole and a new camera array that corresponds to the recently leaked renders for Samsung A51 and A71 by onleaks. Hence, we will most likely see Samsung Galaxy A51 and A71 go official on 12th December.
The renders reveal a similar punch hole and a rectangular camera aisle with quadruple camera sensors.
Since the launch date is less than 10 days away, interesting leaks and rumors will come our way soon. Stay tuned for more updates.