Samsung Shaking Things Up? Manufacturer Preparing New E Series Lineup Of Phones
The mobile division of Korean electronics giant Samsung saw some troubled times this year. Share prices dropped, market share decreased and shareholders became irritant with the troubling tide of events. But looks like Samsung plans to hit back, and try to capture more market share next year. More devices belonging to an all new 'E-Series' of smartphones have popped up, through which the company seems to want to target the low-middle class category of phones. But with the prices of some models, we're not sure how its going to manage that.
With things not going so well for Samsung this year, the looks like the device maker is looking to shake things up and introduce even more new devices to the market. We've been hearing some word about a new E-Series of devices under work at Samsung, and today's news adds further fire to the mix. A new device dubbed as SM-E700H has been spotted today and it boasts some reasonable specifications.
The Samsung SM-E700H, as it can be seen above, will be coming with a 1.5 GHz processor and Androd 4.4 on board. The CPU for the device will be based on the ARM 11 architecture and the device should also hit the market with a 720p resolution. Sounds reasonable for a mid-level device, but the pricing of another E-Series device would suggest that perhaps Samsung has different plans.
Details about the Samsung SM-E500F surfaced a while back and one striking thing about the device was its alleged price tag. The Samsung SM-E500F leaked with a price tag of $787, which is not something that you would expect of a mid-range device. Whatever the case may be, we'll found out soon enough. Keep visiting to stay updated on Samsung's new plans and let us know what you think in the comments section.