Over the past few weeks there have been many rumors and leaks about Samsung's upcoming smartphones, including the impressive Galaxy S10 Lite, Note 10 Lite and several new Galaxy A family models.
Now, according to information advanced by the SamMobile website, information has emerged about Samsung's most mysterious smartphone of recent times. The alleged Samsung Galaxy A81 has come up with the code "SM-AN815F" and is confusing the entire community.
Samsung has always stayed true to using codes for their smartphones
In order to make smartphone identification more practical, Samsung has always maintained a very clear standard regarding its smartphone model codes:
- SM-Gxxxx – Galaxy S line smartphone
- SM-Nxxxx – Galaxy Note line smartphone
- SM-Axxxx – Galaxy A line smartphone
However, the Samsung Galaxy A81 comes with the code "SM-AN815F"being the first to introduce two letters after the abbreviation" SM ". So it's hard to say for sure what Samsung's plans are for this smartphone. But there are already some theories that try to explain this new nomenclature.
The first one is sure to make fans of the brand more enthusiastic. Considering that this code joins the Galaxy A and Galaxy Note line indication, it is believed that this may be the first "non-Note" smartphone to come with support for the popular S-Pen.
On the other hand, it would be a risky strategy on the part of the manufacturer, removing the exclusivity of the Note family's S-Pen as it is one of its unique features.
Galaxy A81 may reach some markets in place of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
The other theory is possibly the one that seems to be more realistic. Just as the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will hit some markets in the form of the Galaxy A91, something similar may happen with the Galaxy A81.
Although in the first case, both smartphones have kept the traditional codes, it is possible that the manufacturer has decided to change the way it identifies this type of smartphone.
In addition to doubts about your model code, it has just been revealed that it will arrive with at least 128GB of internal memory, not knowing even more details about its specifications.
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