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Samsung Galaxy Phones 2018
Samsung is the only company that takes pride to compete with latest Apple’s iPhone model and their flagship models are most discussed and compared. For this year it was Samsung Galaxy S8 vs iPhone 8 and for next year it will be Galaxy S9 vs iPhone 9/iPhone 8s. After shocking Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, but the company jumped back to win the smartphone of the year for Galaxy Note 8 at recently concluded Exhibit Tech Awards 2017. Now in 2018, the South Korean giant is looking forward to embarking to become a trillion dollar company. Let’s look at how the company will achieve this target by launching new Samsung mobiles.
Atleast 8 latest Samsung phones are revealed to be launched in 2018. Most of these Android smartphones will be unveiled early next year.
Samsung is expected to announce Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus at Mobile World Congress 2018. MWC is the year’s biggest mobile event slated to begin from February 26 and that will be the day when the flagship Samsung phone will be announced. Both these phones are in news for a couple of days and even S9 clones are also spotted.
After the Galaxy Note 8 won the most prestigious smartphone of the year award, no doubt that company will launch its successor. Dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Note 9 it will be unveiled later half of the year, maybe at IFA 2018 in the month of July or August.
Samsung has already announced Galaxy A8 2018 and Galaxy A8+ 2018 models which will be available in Q1, 2018 in Europe. It will expand its reach in other parts of the world in March/April 2018. The South Korean electronics giant has planned to unveil Samsung Galaxy A3 2018 and Galaxy A5 2018 at Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018), much like what they have continued to do in the recent years. Both smartphones are the successor to Galaxy A3 2017 and Galaxy A5 2017 respectively at January 2017 held CES 2017.
Entry level Galaxy J2 2018 is yet another model that is supposed to be announced in the first month of 2018 i.e., January.
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And in the third quarter, the South Korean giant will consider launching W2019, a premium flip phone also happens to be a successor to W2018. Also, Leader 8 will see it’s successor coming up as Leader 8 (2018) or maybe Leader 8 Plus.
Samsung Phones 2018
The Samsung 2018 line up will include the following phones –
- Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 (unveiled)
- Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus (launched)
- Galaxy J2 2018
- Samsung Galaxy S9 (unveiled)
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Duos
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (launched)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Duos
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Active (SM-G892U for T-Mobile, Sprint & SM-G892A for AT&T)
- Samsung Galaxy Leader 8 (2018) or Leader 8 Plus or Leader 9
- Samsung Galaxy A3 2018
- Samsung Galaxy A5 2018
- Samsung Galaxy C10
- Galaxy C10 Plus
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2018
- Galaxy Tab E 2018
- Galaxy Tab S4
- Samsung Galaxy J3 Neo
- Samsung Galaxy J4
- Samsung Galaxy J6
- Samsung Galaxy J7 2018
- Samsung Galaxy J8
- Samsung Galaxy J9
- Samsung Galaxy J10
- Samsung Galaxy A10
- Galaxy XCover 5
- Galaxy A6, A8
- Galaxy J7 Duo (SM-J720F)
Galaxy S9 and S9+
The most awaited Android phone of the year was launched on 25th February 2018 at an UnPacked event at MWC. The Galaxy S9 SM-G960 and S9+ SM-G965 phone are available worldwide in more than 140 countries.
Galaxy J7 Prime 2018
It’s an entry-level smartphone priced at Rs 13,990.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 2 specs:
- 5.5-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) Full HD TFT display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass protection
- 1.6 GHz Octa-Core Exynos 7870 processor
- 3GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory, expandable up to 256 GB with microSD
- Android 7.1.1 Nougat
- Dual SIM
- 13 MP rear camera with LED flash, f/1.9 aperture
- 13 MP front-facing camera with f/1.9 aperture
- Fingerprint sensor
- 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS
- 3300mAh battery
- Dimensions: 151.7 x 75.0 x 8.0mm; Weight: 170g
Samsung Galaxy A6/ A6 Plus
Both phones are officially listed on the Samsung’s website.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Active
Galaxy S9 Active for the United States is coming up. There could be three variants of it, one each for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The all-new Galaxy Note 9 phone will be launched at IFA 2018, which is in the month of August 2018. It will be launched with model number as N960T (T-Mobile); N960A (AT&T); N960I (Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada); N960G (LATAM) and as Galaxy Note 9 Duos with model number N960G/DS in Brazil, India, and Malaysia.
Galaxy J7 Duo
Recently J7 Duo boot animation was leaked and this could be the next phone in the Galaxy J Series.
Samsung Galaxy J 2018
This year, several new phones in the J-Series will be announced. Among the expected ones are the Galaxy J3 Neo, Galaxy J4(SM-J600, SM-J400F, SM-J400F/DS, J400Y, J400Y/DS), Galaxy J6 (SM-J600, SM-J600F, SM-J600F/DS, J600Y, J600Y/DS), Galaxy J8(SM-J800, SM-J800FN, SM-J800GN, , SM-J800G, SM-J800FN/DS), Galaxy J8 Plus(Galaxy J8+) SM-J805GN, Galaxy J9 and Galaxy J10.
In 2019, looks like Samsung has planned to revamp everything from bringing a new name to ‘Galaxy S series’ and ‘Galaxy Note series’. The following smartphones are expected in 2019:
It’s been confirmed that all the Samsung 2018 phones will get the Android 9.0 Pancake update by the end of the year.
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