Samsung plans new Galaxy O line of smartphones

Samsung plans new Galaxy O line of smartphones

As if there aren’t enough Samsung smartphones, packed in enough smartphone lines, the Korean tech giant is likely to introduce a new Galaxy O line of handsets in the near future. As of now just two devices will belong to the new line – the Galaxy O5 (code name SM-G550) and the Galaxy O7 (code name SM-G600).

There’s almost no technical information on the two new devices but we do know that the Galaxy O5 will have a 5-inch sensor display, while the O7 will be based around a 5.5-inch screen. Both models will have round corners as well and will run Android 5.1 Lollipop as well as Samsung’s TouchWiz user’s interface.

The upcoming Galaxy O5 and O7 smartphones will likely debut at IFA 2015, which will take place in Berlin, Germany between September 5 and September 9. No word on how much these handsets will cost.

Source: Softpedia.com

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