Samsung is accelerating the timetable for its flagship smartphones, as the launch dates for the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10 are earlier than usual. However, the real news is why Samsung is taking these steps. ( Samsung )
The launch dates for the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S1
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Early Galaxy Note 9, launch dates of the Galaxy S10
According to a report by The Korea Herald, industry sources said Samsung appears on schedule for its flagship To accelerate smartphones to be launched this year and 2019.
The production of the 6.38-inch OLED displays for the Galaxy Note 9 began in April, two months earlier than the Galaxy Note 8. According to the report, this means that Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 already a month earlier, So in August, will bring to the market.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 ahead of schedule. The Samsung In-Display fingerprint sensor will start with the Galaxy S10, which will be announced at the beginning of January at the CES 2019. In comparison, the Galaxy S9 was announced at Mobile World Congress 2018 in February and then released in March.
Why is Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10 released sooner?
One of the reasons why Samsung wants to hit the market Its up and coming flagship smartphone, especially the Galaxy Note 9, was made earlier than usual due to the Galaxy S9's low sales, according to several sources.
The more astounding reason for the earlier release dates of the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10, however, is that Samsung is creating room for another line of flagship smartphones. According to the report, it will be no less than the foldable smartphone Samsung Galaxy X.
With the announcement of the Galaxy S10 at the CES 2019, the Galaxy X will take the place, which opens late at the MWC 2019 February next year. Samsung is reportedly planning to begin production of the foldable OLED display in November, which would allow the company to launch the Galaxy X after MWC 2019.
However, it should be noted that Samsung did not enforce its launch plan, a foldable smartphone last year, and it does not appear to be happening again this year. Samsung is said to have "dulled" the design of the foldable smartphone to finally launch the device. But will this move make the Galaxy X a gimmick smartphone or groundbreaking device?
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