Last we heard, Samsung was planning on reducing their smartphone portfolio by as much as 30% in 2015. This is meant to help the company reduce their costs and to improve their profit margins, but if recent trademarks filed by Samsung are anything to go by, it certainly looks like the South Korean tech giant is not slowing down.
According to recently discovered trademarks, Samsung has filed for trademarks for four new devices. They are the Samsung Galaxy E3, the Galaxy J3, the Galaxy J5, and the Galaxy J7. Unfortunately it is unclear as to what we might be able to expect from Samsung with regards to these phones.
However the naming scheme of the Galaxy J-series sounds very familiar and is similar to what Samsung did when they named their Galaxy A lineup in which we saw a trio of devices in the form of the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and the Galaxy A7, so perhaps we could be looking at another trio of handset of Samsung with a similar spec/theme.
Of course the trademarks might not necessarily indicate new phones, but could simply be registered to protect Samsung’s interests. In any case MWC 2015 kicks off next month so perhaps we will learn more then, so do check back with us in March for the details.
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