According to reports, Samsung Display has started mass production of the 6.38-inch OLED screen for the Galaxy Note9 in April, two months earlier than in previous years.
Taking into account the panel production time in advance, Samsung is likely to launch Note9 as early as August, one month earlier than the previous generation Note8.
In the past few years, Samsung will generally release two flagship Galaxy phones within one year.
The reasons for Samsung's early launch of Note9 have not yet been confirmed, but industry sources believe that the sales of the Galaxy S9 may be far lower than expected, even though the aircraft was released early in March.
Others believe that Samsung’s strategy will not be affected by Apple’s new product launch schedule, which is said to plan to launch a second generation in June this year.iPhoneSE, and launched the successor of iPhone X in September.
In addition to Note9, rumors claim that Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy S10 at the CES Consumer Electronics Show in January next year and use the February Mobile World Congress to release its first foldable smartphone.
Industry sources said: "The 10-year version of the Galaxy S code was 'Beyond' and the project is currently under way. Samsung has already begun discussions on various new technologies, such as discussions with suppliers using on-screen fingerprint sensor technology."
Some media reports said that Samsung Display Company expects to start supplying flexible displays for collapsible phones in November.
“Assembling these parts may take two to three months, so the first batch of collapsible smartphones is expected to be in phase 2 of the moon,” sources said.
Samsung declined to confirm the release date of new products for media requests for comment.
“Our internal atmosphere is not much different from last year. At the moment we are doing a lot of cooperation with external suppliers.DevelopmentVarious prototypes. Their supply time will not determine when our new product will be launched," said a Samsung executive.
Earlier this year, industry sources said that Samsung Electronics is expected to begin production of its first foldable smartphone in November and is expected to officially launch at the end of this year or early next year.
Sources said Samsung Electronics has finalized the phone's final configuration and production plan. The key display development will be completed in March and then panel production will start in September.
Samsung's foldable smartphone is likely to use a 7.3-inch OLED display that can be folded inward. Samsung Display Company is said to be testing the prototype of the display to ensure that it will not be damaged by repeated folding.
The phone will probably be Samsung's most expensive model ever, and is expected to become the world's largest smart phone manufacturer's flagship product in the high-end market in the next few years.