Earlier this month, Samsung unveiled a new line of smartphones, the Galaxy F, and its pioneer, the Galaxy F41 (pictured). It looks like the line will be replenished in the near future.
According to sources, the company is preparing a new smartphone Galaxy F, which runs under the model number SM-F127G. Based on Samsung’s naming habits, we can assume that it will be the Galaxy F12s or Galaxy F12.
Unfortunately, no further details are available, but the SM-F127G is likely to be an entry-level smartphone that will fall short of the Galaxy F41.
Recall that the Galaxy F41 has become an almost complete copy of the Galaxy M31. Of the differences, it is worth noting only the absence of a 5-megapixel camera module for macro photography and a modification with only 6 GB of RAM. Whether the new model will be a clone or a completely new device is still unknown.
In any case, this means that Samsung is going to further develop the Galaxy F line.