Samsung is expected to unveil its next-generation Galaxy S9 smartphone in the near future. Even though the company hasn’t provided any information regarding the device, leading rumors and speculations have suggested that the handset won’t be any different than its predecessor. Numerous alleged renders showcasing the Galaxy S9 smartphone in its full glory have also shown up online. According to a report published by Forbes, an unidentified Samsung partner has apparently confirmed that the upcoming smartphone-in-question will consist of a radical design.
Moreover, it is also being confirmed that there is a range of new smartphones that Samsung plans on launching this year, not just its Galaxy line-up. While, the firm is believed to kick off the year with potentially radical mid-ranger, Galaxy A8, and A8 Plus smartphones, there is another unique Galaxy X smartphone in question too.
Meanwhile, a Qualcomm smartphone roadmap has also shown up online, revealing all the possible handsets that may come packed with the flagship Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip. These smartphone launches are also accompanied their respective launch months. Take a look at the following given list to check which smartphones featuring the Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip, will arrive in which month:
February – Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, LG G7, LG G7+
April – Xiaomi Mi 7
May – HTC U12
June – OnePlus 6, ZTE Nubia Z18, Sony Xperia XZ Pro-A
August – Nokia 10
September – Galaxy Note 9, LG V40, Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
October – Google Pixel 3 XL, ZTE Nubia Z18S, Sony Xperia XZ2, HTC U12+
November – Motorola Moto Z 2019
December – OnePlus 6T, Samsung W2019
Samsung hopes to launch its smartphone for sale earlier than usual in an effort to have an upper hand over its arch-rivals, especially Apple and Samsung. They don’t want to provide the consumers with time to consider purchasing another smartphone.