Galaxy A9 Star and Galaxy A9 Star Lite are the confusing names of Samsung's latest China-exclusive "Infinity" smartphones with dual rear cameras.
The Galaxy S Light Luxury is Samsung's latest China-exclusive smartphone, even though it looks very similar to last year's Galaxy S8.
The oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy J6 is officially out in India at a starting price of around $205, with a higher-end J8 available for the rough equivalent of $280, and the A6 and A6+ priced slightly higher.
We know exactly how the Samsung Galaxy J4 will look, how much the Galaxy J6 is supposed to cost in India, and how outdated the J7 Aero is going to feel on AT&T.
The Galaxy J6, which will most likely be Samsung's cheapest Infinity Display phone to date, is expected out at a Mumbai event in India early next week.
It sounds like the Samsung Galaxy J6 will be the company's first truly affordable "Infinity Display" smartphone, with a plastic build apparently helping it keep the price low.
The low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J6 is widely expected to sport a (likely HD+) Infinity Display, but the J4, J3 (2018), aka Express Prime 3 or J3 Eclipse 2, and J7 Aero will probably stick to 16:9 screens with thick bezels.
We've reported on the Galaxy J6 (2018) joining the ranks of this quartet, but the possibility that three others are coming their way is something new to us.
Formally unveiled earlier today, the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus are set to bring their "Infinity" screens to Europe very soon at €309 and €359 respectively.
Although Samsung is yet to go on record with actual Galaxy A6 and A6+ price points, these should definitely be the company's most affordable "Infinity Display" smartphones to date.
The mid-range Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ are as good as official, sporting 5.6 and 6-inch "Infinity Displays" with HD+ and Full HD+ resolution respectively.
They're definitely not as "Infinity" and eye-catching as the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but the upcoming Galaxy A6 and A6+ still look significantly better than the A5 (2017) and A7 (2017).
At least two new "Infinity Display" smartphones are in the pipeline, with the Galaxy A6 tipped to sport a 5.6-inch screen, and the A6+ expected to measure 6 inches in diagonal.
If supply chain sources are correct, Samsung is aiming for a 5.8-inch "Infinity Display" Galaxy S10, as well as a 6.3-inch S10 Plus, looking fairly similar to the S9 and S9+ on the outside.
The flagship-introduced "Infinity Display" has been expanded to the upper mid-range Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018), with the low-end Samsung Galaxy J6 probably up next.
And don't get us started about the Galaxy A8 — if you paid that much for a "mid-ranger," it'd drive you insane. So, how much will this Galaxy A6+ go for?
As expected, the Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) are Samsung's first non-flagship "Infinity Display" phones, also featuring dual front-facing cameras.
That "top five" OEM looking to demonstrate a "Tier 1 customer phone" with a fully working in-screen fingerprint scanner at CES 2018 is actually Vivo.
This is it, ladies and gents, the upper mid-range Samsung Galaxy A8+ (2018) manhandled on video, full spec sheet in tow.
Nothing's certain until it's certain, but the Galaxy A7 (2018) and A5 (2018) are very likely to be Samsung's first "Infinity Display" mid-rangers.
Samsung Korea is getting ahead of the game as manufacturers are wont to do. But don't underestimate snoopers' interest in a mid-range phone.
It's practically etched in stone now that the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) will sport an 18.5:9 screen, which suggests razor-thin bezels.
Samsung is gearing up to redefine the smartphone market's mid-range standards again, with a Galaxy A7 (2018) seemingly packing 6GB RAM.