Samsung confirms it's merging Galaxy J line into the Galaxy A line
If you’re out in the market, buying or just checking out Samsung’s smartphones, the variety and the vastness in the range of products can be intimidating. The South Korean giant has a smartphone for every pocket and need. While the Galaxy S and the Note series – being at the top-end – generate most of the interest, the Galaxy J series hold a large share of the budget segment in markets such as India, Latin America, parts of Europe, etc. due to its affordable pricing. However, a continued beating in fast-growing markets has prompted Samsung to launch a new Galaxy M series and revamp the Galaxy A series, as well as to ax the older J series.