Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Galaxy Note 9, S10 early launch: Samsung rushes again

Galaxy Note 9, S10 early launch: Samsung rushes again

According to the display industry, Samsung Display began mass production of 6.38-inch organic light-emitting diode displays for the Galaxy Note 9 in April, about two months earlier than before. It needs to launch the Galaxy Note 9 sooner to offset that and, consequently, it will need to launch the Galaxy S10 earlier next year as well.

4/5/18: Rumours claim Samsung will launch its Galaxy S10 flagship in January 2018, with plans to launch its long-awaited foldable smartphone at MWC in February. According to The Korea Herald's report, it's to release an entirely new Galaxy phone series the public wants; the foldable "Galaxy X".

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Local part suppliers for Samsung's upcoming flagship phones deem that the top Korean smartphone maker is preparing to unveil their flagship phones slightly earlier than previous years for various reasons, including low sales of the latest Galaxy S9 series, according to multiple sources. It was originally expected to be the first Samsung device to introduce an in-display fingerprint sensor but that now won't be the case, it will instead debut on the Galaxy S10. Samsung is reportedly planning to start production of the foldable OLED display in November, which would allow the company to launch the Galaxy X after MWC 2019. Samsung, with its next Galaxy smartphones, will be looking to take the throne away from Apple. If you're happy with the phone you have now, it may be smart to hold off on a new phone until 2019. Initially, there were rumors regarding under-the-display finger sensor in Note 9, which now looks unlikely as per the fresh reports. As far as the pricing is concerned, we can expect the Galaxy A6 and A6+ smartphones to be priced under Rs 25,000 while the more affordable Galaxy J4 and J6 to cost under Rs 20,000.

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