Upcoming Android Phones 2014: Samsung To Showcase New Smartphone Line-up, Boasting Full Metal Body
By Staff Writer | September 26, 2013 01:11 AM EDT
Samsung's Galaxy S4 is one of the most purchased smartphones in the planet, and the Galaxy Note 3 will surely become a hit in the phablet division. Still, the Korean manufacturer seems like it wants to create another line of smartphones bearing the 'Galaxy' name. If you are scouting for upcoming Android phones in 2014, then this might be worth the wait.
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According to Korean news website ETNews, Samsung may introduce a new brand of smartphones next year, dubbed as the Galaxy F family. The pioneer of the series, which most probably would be named Galaxy F, is supposed to be announced early in 2014.
As a 'super-premium' line of smartphones, the rumored smartphones would sport a full metal body, and an Octa-core Exynos processor. The phone may also feature ann 18MP primary camera with optical image stabilization, and a new and updated phone design.
No other details are immediately available regarding the device's potential specifications, as well as its release date. However, GSM Arena points out that it would probably be more expensive than Samsung's Note lineup.
Because the Korean manufacturer already released two flagships this year while the holiday season is still a few months away, releasing a more premium brand early in 2014 may help Samsung in the long run. And because a lot of Samsung fans have been requesting a premium-built smartphone for years, the company already has a target market.
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