Galaxy S9: Samsung would already have started working on it, 6 months earlier than the S8
Samsung has just released Galaxy S8 in the market. The Galaxy S9 would already be in the course of design and this one would advance enough to fantasize. According to the Korean daily The Bell, Samsung would have started its design work on the screen and other key components. For example, the first functional screen prototypes could be ready by mid-September.
The general public does not even have a Galaxy S8 in their hands and we learn that the work around the Galaxy S9 is already well underway. According to the Korean daily The Bell relayed by our American colleagues of SamMobile, Samsung would have already well advanced the development of its successor S9. The daily says that development of key components like the screen began six months earlier when they were planning to launch Galaxy S8.
The engineering work of the new screen would have started last month. And a source quoted by the newspaper says that engineering teams should be able to present a prototype screen for the S9 to the group management team “as early as mid-May”. As soon as the screen is ready, other parts and modules will be developed in phases. Unfortunately we do not know more about the new characteristics of the next flagship rest all stays as rumors.
Since the end of last month, the S9 screen team has begun development work with the goal of providing prototypes for mid-May. One month after the screen, other parts such as modules should be developed in phases
Galaxy S9: Samsung will already have its OLED screen as of mid-May:-
One wonders nevertheless that like its predecessor, it will have an immense screen OLED. This early development may involve an advanced release date compared to that of the S8 with respect to Note 7, or large upcoming technological innovations for which R & D teams are already emerging.
It is not known whether, like the S8, there will still be an avalanche of leaks upstream of the exit. But this indiscretion as early in the development of the smartphone lets us think that if Samsung really wants to keep the secret around its next flagship, it is already rather badly taken!
Let’s discuss the specs you want to see in the upcoming device.