Samsung Galaxy O5 and O7 Smartphones Reportedly Said to be Launching Soon

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    Till now Samsung has been launching a new phone the every other month. With so many Samsung phones for offer, the average buyer is just confused about which phone to buy. The company even accepted that they understand the buyer's condition and will curtail the number of smartphones they launch every year.

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    Samsung Galaxy O5 and O7 Smartphones Reportedly Said to be Launching

    A new report by SamMobile though, states something different. The Korean giant is in no mood to throttle it smartphone launching spree, as they are planning to introduce a new series in the market dubbed the Galaxy O series. In fact Samsung is in the process of manufacturing two devices of this new series codenamed the SM-G550 and the SM-G600.

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    While the 5 inch SM-G550 is dubbed the Galaxy O5, the larger 5.5 inch SM-G600 will be called the O7.No further details about the two smartphones aren't know so far.

    Samsung Galaxy O5 and O7 Smartphones Reportedly Said to be Launching

    Samsung already has a number of other series like the budget oriented Galaxy Core series, the recently introduced lower mid-range J series, the upper midrange E series along with an premium A series of devices which comes with an all metal build. The top tier is led by the S series and the Note series. Hence it's pretty tough to guess the exact place where the O series will stack up. What do you think?



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