Samsung may be coming close to unveiling yet another line of its popular Galaxy smartphones, as a certain Galaxy O5 was recently spotted with a GFXBenchmark results, with strong hints that the first entry in the Galaxy O series will be a mid-ranger smartphone.
As reported by famous Samsung insider Sam Mobile, the Samsung Galaxy O5with a model number of SM-G550was shown in a benchmark result to have a 5-inch display with a 720p HD resolution. It runs under a quad-core Exynos 3475 processor, with a 1.3GHz Cortex A7 CPU, and an ARM Mali-T720 GPU. It packs 900 MB worth of RAM (which might translate to 1 GB upon release), along with 4.5 GB worth of built-in internal storage capacity.
As for the camera, the benchmark results reveal that the alleged Galaxy O5 will have a 7 megapixels rear main camera (which might translate as 8 megapixels upon release) with the capability to record videos of up to 1080p Full HD resolution. The front camera that comes with it will be 4.7 megapixels, with the same 1080p Full HD recording capability.
While the device is named Galaxy O5 as of the moment, it is expected that it will come as the rumored Galaxy Mega On.
Samsung was recently reported to be in the works with two new smartphone models that will mark the debut of the Galaxy O line. The two rumored upcoming smartphones are the SM-G550 and the SM-G600, and are rumored to be marketed as the Galaxy O5 and the Galaxy O7, respectively.
No other information is available for both devicesno hardware and software specifications, and no planned release dateonly that Samsung is making them to once again expand their already massive line of Galaxy smartphones.
Last year, Samsung introduced new galaxy lines such as the Galaxy A series, Galaxy E, and Galaxy J. To date, Samsung now has five different Galaxy smartphone lines: the Samsung Galaxy S serieswhich is the flagship smartphone series of the company, the Galaxy note serieswhich is the phablet flagship series of the company, and the new group of mostly mid-range smartphonesthe Galaxy A, Galaxy E, and Galaxy J series.