Samsung is poised to expand its presence in the Indian middle class with the launch of a new range called the Galaxy F by the end of this month. 91mobile learned from industrial sources. According to our sources, the Galaxy F-series smartphones will cost between Rs 15,000 and Rs 20,000 and will be camera-centric. The first cell phone in the Galaxy F range will be launched next month and sold online. While the Galaxy F-series will initially focus on the online market, Samsung might consider taking it offline later, just as it did with the Galaxy M-series.
Given that Samsung already has Galaxy M series smartphones in this price range, it would be interesting to see how the new series differs from the Galaxy M series. Since the Galaxy M-series has already built a strong presence in the Indian mid-range market, the launch of the new Galaxy F-series can further boost the brand̵
In addition to its own offerings, Samsung will also compete in this price range with Realme, Xiaomi and POCO, which have some impressive phones of their own. For whatever it’s worth, the beneficiary of the whole situation will most likely be the end user, as you are now spoiled for choice in making good decisions in the middle range, which certainly wasn’t the case a few years ago.