The tech community has already been talking about close to half a dozen of upcoming devices from Samsung. Informations coming in via several leaks and rumors about the alleged devices from the company have already been given enough room for the tech sites across the world to talk about the company's plans and projects this year.
The Q2 of 2014 has just started and we already have three alleged devices from Samsung to talk about. The information comes from the Zauba which is an India site that keeps track of the different imports as well as exports into the country. Obviously these devices have been transported to India for testing purposes.
According to the site's database, the three devices come with a model number SM-C115L, SM-W350F and SM-Z9005. The SM-C115L, and is likely to be a variant of the Galaxy S5 Zoom (SM-C115). Four units of this model have been sent to India and the site mentions the price of the unit as Rs. 28,065 ($470).
The SM-W350F on the other hand is listed to cost Rs. 15,592 ($260) per unit. The device has leaked earlier and thus we at least know that it is a mid-range Windows Phone device, which will be the company's first Windows Phone 8.1 device with a 480 x 800 WVGA display. Reports online suggest that this could be the Ativ Core.
The SM-Z9005 is the last one which has been listed on the site. This one is pretty interesting handset as it is reportedly said that it is Samsung's first Tizen-based smartphone, which the copmany was initially suppose to launch last year. This one, according to the site would cost Rs. 28,065 ($470) per unit. And 12 units of this particular model have been transported to India.
Samsung has not announced any of these devices as of now and thus the availability and the pricing of these alleged smartphones are still a mystery. But you can expect to see few more leaks pertaining to the handsets in the following days.