Samsung replaces Galaxy J-series
South Korean smartphone maker, Samsung is replacing its budget-oriented Galaxy J-series with its Galaxy A-series of smartphones.
TheNewsGuru (TNG) reports Samsung made this known via a video on the Samsung Malaysia YouTube channel.
The Samsung Galaxy A-series was launched as a premium smartphone lineup that sat just below the flagship Galaxy S-series.
The South Korean smartphone maker recently launched multiple smartphones in the A series lineup.
Some of the popular ones being the Samsung Galaxy A10, Samsung Galaxy A20, Samsung Galaxy A30, and the Samsung Galaxy A50.
Compared to the Galaxy J-series, smartphones in the new Galaxy A-series offer significantly better hardware at the same price, increasing the value for money quotient.
The new smartphones in the Galaxy A-series sport Super AMOLED Infinity display, multi-camera setups and some also feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Samsung is also rapidly expanding the Galaxy A-series and is expected to launch a few more smartphones at the upcoming April 10 event.
The Galaxy A90 is one such smartphone that is expected to feature a slider mechanism with a rotating camera module.