As part of its strategy to rule the (mobile) world, Samsung keeps announcing new devices all the time. Like we already don’t have hard time keeping up with all of their different models, the Korean company may soon launch four new low-to-mid end smartphones.
That, at least, is what we can learn from the company’s recent filing with the USPTO, which reveals the following, still unannounced, phones: Galaxy Core Prima, Galaxy Core Ultra, Galaxy Core Max and Galaxy Ace Style. We’re hoping that the first three names actually present a single device which will be sold under different names in different markets all around the world. Or offered by different carriers in the same market. Otherwise, the hell will be unleashed and we would be almost forced to stop covering Samsung’s products.
As for the Galaxy Ace Style, it will likely sit somewhere between the Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Ace 3, targeting emerging markets and folks who don’t want to spend a small fortune on their smartphone purchase. We’ll let you know when we hear something new on these devices…