Although the Samsung Galaxy S8 wasn’t announced until belated March of this year, it is feasible your Samsung Galaxy S9 could arrive two months prior to the anticipated routine, in belated January of 2018.
That concept is dependant on the fact that Samsung Display’s OLED display screen shipments will evidently start in November based on South Korean media, which itself is 8 weeks earlier than they started the Galaxy S8.
Therefore predicated on this routine it is feasible that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S9 towards the finish of January, with all the phone hitting stores around mid-February.
Why would Samsung do this? One concept is that it is to guard contrary to the threat of the iPhone 8, which will be set to launch on September 12.
Our cash’s on March
But we’re not convinced by that, or that an early Galaxy S9 launch can happen anyway. Even though it did launch early Apple would still have good four-month mind start, and Samsung’s already simply launched the Galaxy Note 8, which itself should really be a strong iPhone 8 competitor, specially because Apple’s brand new phone is also rumored to be always a phablet.
Perhaps more considerably, many buyers are most likely on a two-year upgrade cycle, since that’s the typical duration of phone agreements, therefore whoever bought the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge would be key clients for Samsung, however they won’t qualify to update that early in the year.
We wouldn’t entirely eliminate an early on launch, and also this is not the very first time that we’ve heard that manufacturing of this phone has begun earlier than typical, however for now we’d say never to expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 before about March.