We have information that Samsung has reserved for the entire first batch of Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processors. What does this mean in practice? A South Korean manufacturer can do the same thing as the Galaxy S8. Samsung’s flagship at first blocked the availability of the Snapdragon 835. Other manufacturers either had to delay their launch or, as LG did, use an older chip – the 821.
Qualcomm’s new S9 and S9 + -based handsets are expected to hit the US market first. In other countries, we will probably see versions of Exynos.
According to the leak, the premiere of new models is expected to wait a month earlier than usual. We have become accustomed to Samsung showing a new top smartphone in mid-March. So next year, the Galaxy S9 and S9 + launch in February. And this is the time of the great Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.