Samsung New Galaxy Smartphone Naming System Explained! Fresh Nomenclature for Upcoming Phones

OK. Apparently, Samsung has already prepared its terrifying line-up of Android-powered Galaxy handsets for the latter part of the year as well as for early 2012.

No photos or leaked images yet. But, as early as now, the Korean company already wants everyone to be more familiar with how they are going to be named.

Hence, here's Samsung's New Smartphone Naming System Guidelines:

New ways to identify your GALAXY Smartphones

According to the new naming structure, new class designators refer to the specific category that the smartphone product fits into, for example a premium device, or an entry-level device. All classes will be used within the higher branding of the 'GALAXY' smartphones.

"S" (Super Smart) – Devices at the very pinnacle of Samsung's mobile portfolio. This class will only be used on flagship devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S, the award-winning smartphone that has already sold 10 million units throughout the world.

"R" (Royal / Refined) – Premium category models, a combination of power, performance and productivity for the individual who wants to be defined by the technology they carry.

Samsung Galaxy R, coming to Asia soon!

"W" (Wonder) – High quality, strategic models, perfect for those seeking a balance between style and performance.

"M" (Magical) –High-performance models at an economic price-point.

"Y" (Young) – These are entry models or strategic models for emerging markets or a younger audience more sensitive to price.

Class indicators allow a more specific description of the key selling points of a device:

"Pro" – This indicates that the device includes a QWERTY keyboard for speedier email typing and increased productivity for professionals.

"Plus" – This indicates that the device is an upgrade from an existing model.

"LTE" – This indicates that the device is designed to utilize LTE (Long-Term Evolution) connectivity standards, a 4G standard to provide increased mobile network capacity and speed.

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