Samsung is currently faced against dwindling sales, declining profits, while many ambitious and potent rivals are eyeing its position on the market with pleasure.
The company's portfolio for the next year will consist of significantly less models than its 2014 one, for example, which will help the potential customers discern the company's different phones more easily.
One of these could be the Samsung SM-E500F, a device that has been caught on the Zauba import tracking site and intended for testing purposes in India. It's the first Samsung device to adopt the letter "E" in its model name, which hints us that it could be the pioneer of a new device family. Its import price is INR9,378, which translates to roughly $151 and indicates that the device will probably be an entry-level offering.
There is no additional info about this device, but SamMobile speculates that the SM-E500F could end up being a Samsung device that employs a single-letter naming scheme, similar to the purported names of the Samsung Galaxy A3, A5 and A7.