As you most likely know, Samsung has chosen to revamp the naming scheme of its most premium mid-range roster of smartphones, the A collection, this yr. Gone are the A + one quantity designations, now we now have the A10, A20, A30, A40, A50, A60, A70, A80, and a few derivatives as nicely – A10e, for instance, as a result of apparently the corporate ran out of digits sooner or later.
Should you had been questioning what would occur to those gadgets’ successors once they hit, relating to naming, we now know. That is as a result of Samsung has already filed for 9 emblems for upcoming smartphones within the A collection on the European Union Mental Property Workplace.
Samsung’s EUIPO trademark filings for the following Galaxy A spread
The gadgets are, reasonably unsurprisingly, going to be referred to as A11, A21, A31, A41, A51, A61, A71, A81, and A91. So it appears to be like like Samsung goes with Nokia’s naming scheme, however with out the dots. Much less geeky that means (since HMD International appears to be a fan of software program versioning), nonetheless fairly logical.
So when you thought it is going to be A100, A200 and so forth subsequent yr, we’re sorry to disappoint. A + two numbers is right here to remain, for this spherical at the very least.
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