Samsung to have Galaxy H line of devices

Samsung to have Galaxy H line of devices

The South Korean state patent office has published new interesting information on its web site – according to it Samsung will soon have a new Galaxy H line of portable devices.

It is unclear whether this will be a line of smartphones as many other web sites speculate or a new line of tablets. Samsung already has three lines of smartphones – Galaxy E, Galaxy A and Galaxy J – so maybe it is time for a new tablet line. It is almost sure that the new H-branded devices will run Android as Samsung is the world’s largest producer of Android devices.

Chances are the new Galaxy H line will be unveiled later this year.

Source: Zdnet.com

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