Samsung's New SM-E500F Could Be Another Entry Level Device

By Vivek
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After the recent Developer Conference where it showcased a couple of innovations in wearable devices and smarpthones, Samsung is now looking forward to bring a new line of smartphones. This comes as a surprise as a new model number with a new alphabetical iteration has been spotted on the Indian site Zauba, which keeps track of goods imported and exported from the country.

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Dubbed as the SM-E500F, the upcoming smartphone is very likely to get a new iteration - E, when it gets launched later. Thus, we could possibly be talking about the first Galaxy E series of smartphones here.

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Samsung's New SM-E500F Could Be Another Entry Level Device

The company has already been known for the new series - the Galaxy A series, which is basically the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7. But not all these are launched until now.

However, although, the new smartphone has not been revealed in terms of specs, the pricing that has been mentioned on the import/export site is Rs. 9,378. Also be advised that this is just the base price of the device, and will increase by the time the device will be launched.

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Bottom-line, is that the device will be not much of a flagship offering but an entry-level device. Moreover, since there is no information on the hardware of the SM-E500F, not much can be said about the specs.

Until we get the next piece of information on the device, you might want to stay tuned to GizBot for other updates!

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