Samsung is known for its flagship devices. To be precise, the Galaxy Note and S series are what fans are looking forward to. However, the same wasn’t the case for the budget series. The reason for this is the Chinese companies. Companies like Redmi and Realme have dominated the budget market. Samsung launched its M series to compete and it was a success. Now, Samsung wants to continue and they are going to launch a new series. It will be the Samsung Galaxy F series.
The reports come from 91Mobiles who claim that Samsung is working on another series. It will be a budget-oriented series and is likely to launch in India. Maybe later it will come out as a global series. Like what happened to the Galaxy M series. First, it was limited to India only and now it is launching in other regions as well.
Pricing of the Galaxy F series is expected to range from INR 15,000-20,000 (~$200-$270). This means it will be launched among the Galaxy M series. So how will Samsung differentiate the Galaxy F series from the Galaxy M? Well, the main selling point of the Samsung Galaxy F series will be its camera.
CAMERA CENTRIC SERIES!
The camera-centric series will attract a lot of people. As you know in the budget market, we already have good performance devices. However, there is a lack of good camera devices. Most of the budget phones come with a quad-camera setup. And to be frank, only the main sensor is capable. While the companies just include the other sensors for a marketing gimmick.
Even though we have 64-megapixel shooters on the budget phones, we have really evolved as much as we have done in other departments. Companies really compromise on the ultra-wide, depth, and include macro for no reason at all. So, there is still space for Samsung to introduce a new series aiming at cameras. Whereas, if you are a power-user then the Galaxy M series will serve you well.
Now let’s talk about the launch date for the Galaxy F series. The F series is coming sooner than you thought. According to the source, the Galaxy F series will make its debut next month. For the availability, there is info that the Galaxy F will be selling online initially and then move to offline markets as well. Tell me your thoughts on a camera-centric budget series from Samsung. Do you think Samsung will be able to get success with this idea?