The release of Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus was completed as anticipated by fans of iPhones and similarly, the launches of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 & Pixel 2 are also out-of-the-way. The public is presently anticipating Apple’s iPhone X which is slated for release in November even as everyone’s eyes are gazing towards 2018 and wondering what new hardware can be expected in the year to come. With 2017 nearly coming to an end the cycle is all set to begin once again.
Information has already begun to trickle out that the major players within the industry are typically planning for releases during the first quarter and the first of-of 2018. Samsung is likely to introduce the Galaxy S9, which is planned for the first quarter of 2018. According to estimates, Samsung is likely to have the handset on the market by the end of March next year which gives people a clear indication that an announcement would be made sometime before the scheduled date.
Samsung is not acknowledged for hosting extravagant events but will definitely hold a separate event, which would suggest that the launch would be held concurrently with the Mobile World Congress. The Samsung flagship brand was typically launching its new handsets with the Mobile World Congress earlier but has not been doing it in recent times.
The anticipated date of the launch cannot be taken for granted because something similar was said about Galaxy S8 earlier this year but eventually the handset was launched only in April. However, expectations are high that the new launches will arrive with the new Android Oreo 8.0 along with the original packing.
Information is incoming from Russian bloggers who believe that Samsung has tied up with QUALCOMM for their incoming snapdragon 845 CPU to which Samsung will have exclusive access confirming that no new handsets from other companies will have the same platform as Samsung.
Samsung has been a repeat offender with such tactics, which had also been seen in 2017 during the launch of the Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus Handsets, which compelled handset manufacturers like LG along with others to run on older platforms. Although the effect wasn’t too bad it didn’t look good from the marketing perspective.
Exclusive access to the Snapdragon 845 CPU will mean Samsung being able to offer bingo free money no deposit required on its new launches while other manufacturers may lag behind for want of speed. The iPhone 8 series along with the newly arriving iPhone X is already looking forward to grabbing space from the market and have shaken the space held by the Galaxy S8 Series. If Samsung needs to have a competitive edge in the market and prove to be the top contender to Apple it will need to introduce the Galaxy S9 earlier than expected. As things presently stand massive iPhone sales are expected during the final quarter of 2017 as well as the beginning of 2018.
It is currently being estimated that the Galaxy S9 will be released within the first quarter of 2018 and will be equipped with the latest technology to make it a handset which conditions less battery power and also has a chip that has been reduced in size by about 10%. The market for some of the latest handsets are going to become hot again and it certainly looks like Apple and Samsung are going to be in the fray for a battle which will last for the better part of 2018.