Samsung Working On Budget Versions Of Galaxy S & Note Series: Galaxy S11 Lite?
While Samsung continues to do well in the budget market with Samsung A and Samsung M series, it’s still lagging behind Xiaomi and Realme, the top two companies in the segment, and they are now looking to revamp the budget line-up.
Samsung M series caters to online market and the A series is available offline and online both.
Samsung still holds a good share in the Indian market, and it’s marginally going down each quarter, and hence this new step, budget models of Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10. Both Samsung Note and S series are the most popular ones for the brand.
Samsung Working On Budget Galaxy S10 & Budget Note 10 Smartphones
As Samsung continues to lose share in the budget segment, the company is planning to revamp its budget lineup by cashing in with its hit smartphones. Samsung Note and Samsung S series are the most popular ones for the brand.
According to the latest reports, Samsung is working on budget variants of Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10.
While the company is yet to confirm any such development, but the reports hint at new affordable models of its existing flagship smartphones as Samsung S10 and Galaxy Note 10. A budget version of Galaxy Note 10 with model number SM-N770F is already in the works as Samsung Galaxy S10E.
Budget Versions Of Flagships: Galaxy S11 Lite, Galaxy Note 10 Lite
With an affordable version of Note 10 already in the making, Samsung is planning to bring in budget versions of Galaxy S series smartphones as well. The company already tried getting into the entry premium flagship segment with Galaxy S10E, but it didn’t do that well.
These budget versions will probably will more affordable than Galaxy S10E. So we can expect the pricing be at around 15,000 rupees.
Just as the budget version of Galaxy Note 10, some sources revealed that Samsung is working on another entry-level Galaxy flagship. The leaked details show a Galaxy model with number SM-A015F. The leaked Galaxy smartphone shows a 5.71-inch display, probably a budget model of Samsung Galaxy S10.
The affordable Galaxy flagship smartphones will focus mainly in the Asian markets, especially India. The devices will later be available in the US and Europe, or may not come to these markets.
The affordable models of these top flagships will help the devices to cater to a wider audience
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