The South Korean tech company, Samsung is coming at the tech market with all it has in 2017 as the tech company has released an array of smartphones from the mid-rangers to the premium specs and design devices.
However, the tech company’s plan for the market is not fully complete following reports which indicated that it had started major production of parts for the Samsung Galaxy S9 days after the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus were released officially.
The tech company has also hinted on the successor to the failed Galaxy Note 7 which went down crashing and costing the company billions after fire incidents were reported due to the smartphone. Although Samsung later revealed the fire incidents to have been caused by the irregularly sized batteries loaded on the device, the tech company was forced into recalling almost 96 percent of the device.
In line with its production prospect, Samsung has been reported to have confirmed the release of the successor device for 2017 which means the tech market will once more be taking another premium range addition from the tech company before the year runs out.
The confirmation is contained in the press release for the company’s 2017 first quarter earnings in which the company revealed that the Galaxy S8 sales went six times better than it recorded in the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge devices.
In the whole of the release however, the tech company craftily chipped in a line which may have said it all regarding the coming of the Galaxy Note 8 device as Samsung said: “The company will aim to improve performance YoY by maximizing sales of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and successfully launching a new flagship smartphone in the second half.”
Although vague, the company has hinted not any other device but the Galaxy Note 8 which is the only device yet to get the expected annual launch, given the problem the tech company ran into with its predecessor.
However, if more fingers at this point do not point to the coming of the Galaxy Note 8 device, then, the tech company may be looking at finally unveiling its first foldable smartphone which will indeed skyrocket its sales and put the tech market into a frenzy.