First announced in 2015, Samsung's Galaxy J series was positioned at the mid-range and low-end segments, all models in the series have good features and different in sizes and design. These phones came especially for Asian and European entry-level market but now this phone series has been officially merged into the Galaxy A phones.
Samsung has now officially announced that its Galaxy J phones are merged into the Galaxy A lineup, this means there'll be no more Galaxy J phone coming in the future.
Back in September 2018, there were rumors regarding discontinuing the Galaxy J series along with the online-exclusive Galaxy On in order to extend the mid-range Galaxy A series phone to lower-end price and specs segment and also to introduce the M series phones to compete against Chinese smartphone brands.
In early 2019, the company introduced Galaxy M10, M20 and M30 followed by new A series phones including Galaxy A10, A20, A30, A50 and A70. Meanwhile the company has scheduled a launch on event on April 10 in multiple countries, where the rest of the new A phones are expected to be seen.