Report: Samsung To Release The 'Galaxy O' Smartphones Soon

Samsung is currently the number one smartphone manufacturer in the world. This Korea-based giant has released a ton of smartphones to date, and the vast majority of those are based on Android OS. The company's Galaxy series of devices is the most successful Android-based series of devices, at least judging by sheer sales numbers. Samsung tends to release a number of different Galaxy series of devices a year, like the Galaxy S, Galaxy A, Galaxy Note, Galaxy J, Galaxy E, etc. series. They've already released quite a few entry-level, mid-range and high-end devices this year, and it seems like the company is preparing to launch yet another new series of Galaxy devices, read on.

According to the source, Samsung is currently working on developing SM-G550 and SM-G600 smartphones which will be released under the 'Galaxy O' branding. The SM-G550 is reportedly going to be named Galaxy O5, and the SM-G600 will receive the Galaxy O7 naming. The source didn't provide any additional info when it comes to these two devices, such as their specs for example, but we're sure that something will pop up quite soon, as it's usually the case when this company plans to announce something. It seems like Samsung doesn't plan to cut back on a number of Galaxy sub-brand they release, even though they said they will back in 2014. The company keeps on announcing new Galaxy sub-brands, and it remains to be seen what will happen by the end of this year.

We still don't know when will Samsung release these two devices, but it's possible that they might launch before the end of this year. Either way, we'll let you know if any additional info surfaces. As a side note, Samsung has recently launched their two premium phablet offerings for 2015, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. We've covered the launches of these two devices quite extensively, in case you'd like to check that out. There you have it, Samsung seems to be almost ready to launch yet another line of Galaxy devices, let's see what they have to offer this time around, stay tuned.


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