If Samsung has surprised something in recent weeks, apart from the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S6, it is because of the strong commitment it has made presenting new families. Between them, the most prominent is the A family, which emerged with the Galaxy Alpha precedent presented last summer, but then others like the Galaxy J or Galaxy E family have come out.
And it seems that ah does not end the thing, since Samsung has recently registered the name of two terminals which appear to result in the appearance of a new family, the Galaxy H. Specifically, terminals have been registered with the Korean Intellectual Property Office of South Korea terminals Samsung Galaxy H1 Y Samsung Galaxy H7
Obviously, these are the only data in this regard, so we still cannot speak with certainty what type of terminals they will be. We will be talking about smartphones or even It is possible that they are a new family for tablets.
Little has been said about this family of terminals, but the truth is that The Galaxy E family has two mid-range devices that compete very well against the Galaxy A family, but with plastic finishes although much more careful.
On the one hand, we meet the Samsung Galaxy E5, a terminal that reminds us of several terminals that Samsung currently has in its catalog, such as the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime. They even share specifications. This Galaxy E5 consists of a 5-inch screen in HD resolution, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, a camera of 8 megapixels and 2400 mAh battery.
The Galaxy E7 share specifications by increasing its diagonal of screen up to 5.5 inches, 2GB of RAM, a camera of 13 megapixels and a 2950 mAh battery.
Both terminals have not yet reached the European market, but it is expected that both E5 and E7 do not exceed 250 and 300 euros, respectively.
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