During days gone by, Samsung has mentioned about their well-performing sales of Galaxy S9 as well as Galaxy S9+, and they are anticipating that S9 profits would surpass the Galaxy S8 duo from 2017. Even so, the sales of Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now marginally slowing down, which indicates the Samsung’s plans on the early release of their Galaxy Note 9 possibly in the month of July this year. In case the fresh report is accurate, the firm is preparing to launch the Note 9 a month ahead of its earlier model, as Samsung had launched the Galaxy Note 8 close to the end of August in 2017.
If Samsung will release the Galaxy Note 9 this July and delivered for sale by mid-August, it’ll help them to grab the attention of market way before the upcoming iPhones models which are prone to be released in September 2018. It is also reported that the Galaxy S10 which is allegedly scheduled to launch in January 2019 will carry sophisticated characteristics like 3D facial recognition and under-display fingerprint scanner. By introducing the S10 as the 10th-anniversary product at the beginning of the next year, Samsung could be aiming to attain maximized product sales all year round.
Moreover, the unveiling of the Samsung’s very first foldable handset is also coming close as it is reportedly set to launch at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019. In that case, the company will also adopt certain steps to evade the influence of foldable handset on the sales of the Galaxy S10. The precise time regarding the release of S10 will be known by the end of this year. At the same time, the company is still to affirm on the premature entry of Galaxy Note 9. Even so, The firm will reveal the announcing date of Note 9 towards the end of the June, if the device is actually planning to release by late July.