News by Luke Jones on Monday March 09, 2015.
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Samsung has been quick in getting its Galaxy A series up and running. It started with the Galaxy Alpha last August, a handset that changed Samsung's smartphone ethos and its premium design as paved the way for the Galaxy Note 4 and the new Galaxy S6.Sammy then followed that handset up with the Galaxy A3, A5, and most recently the A7, but the A series is not finished yet. Samsung has now trademarked the names the Galaxy A6, Galaxy A8, and the Galaxy A9, which probably means that we can expect those handsets to land later in the year. Considering the numbers in the range have saw and increase in quality and screen size the higher up the number go, the Galaxy A6 will nestle between the A5 and A7, while the Galaxy A8 and A9 will slot in above the Galaxy A7.
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