Tipster Reveals Samsung Galaxy X To Arrive In January, Samsung Galaxy S10 In February
The South Korean tech behemoth Samsung is slated to greet the upcoming year with explosive releases, courtesy of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the highly-awaited foldable iteration, the Samsung Galaxy X.
For those who have been eagerly awaiting the official release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in January 2019, you're going to have to wait a little more as the company is now speculated to launch a flagship iteration that is touted to finally break the monotony.
A serial tipster of all things Samsung Galaxy reveals that Samsung is making a switch of its schedule next 2019. Reportedly, the firm is planning to unveil its first foldable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy X, at CES 2019 in Las Vegas in January. Initially, it was a known speculation that the company was planning to launch its 10th year anniversary flagship iteration, the Samsung Galaxy S10, in January.
Now, the same leakster claims that Samsung will be sticking to its usual schedule of its flagship release. The Samsung Galaxy S10, which was previously reported to be released in January, will now be launched at the MWC 2019. This "switching" only indicates that the company is not a tad worried in terms of its lower flagship sales in 2018. It was recently speculated that the Galaxy S10's purported January launch would compensate this year's dismal shipments.
Nevertheless, Samsung may be looking at its brightest yet as the firm is scheduled to launch its second 2018 flagship iteration, the Samsung Galaxy Note9, on August 9. The upcoming phablet's release proves to be quite interesting to see as it could either push the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy X's releases to further spotlight in terms of sales or continue its lackluster shipments down the line.
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