Samsung could be about to introduce another series of smartphones: Galaxy O

Samsung’s Galaxy S family of smartphones may be the manufacturer’s most well known, but the S clan is far from the only group of handsets taking the Galaxy name. In recent years we’ve seen the flagship S line joined by the Galaxy J, Galaxy A, and Galaxy E brands, all attempting to offer users a little something different and help flesh-out the company’s handset offerings, across price points and markets. There’s a whole big alphabet out there, though, with plenty of untapped possibilities for additional Galaxy lines, and today we hear about what Samsung’s next might be, as sources discuss plans for some Galaxy O phones.

Right now, we don’t have much more to go on than a couple model numbers: SM-G550 and SM-G600. Tipped to launch as the Galaxy O5 and Galaxy O7, they’d mirror the way some of those other series were introduced (A5 and A7, E5 and E7) – all we’re missing is a Galaxy O3.

For the moment, though, that’s where the story ends: we don’t have much of a sense of hardware specs, nor if Samsung’s planning anything interesting design-wise to make these O devices stand out. Still, having these names along is still a worthwhile development, and especially paired with model numbers as they are, it’s going to be easy to keep our ears open for additional info on these devices. We haven’t spotted anything like User Agent Profiles just yet, but that may be only a matter of time.

Source: SamMobile

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