Since more than a decade ago, Samsung has always unveiled its Galaxy S flagships in the first quarter of the year. The Unpacked event is rumored to take place on January 18, so the Samsung Galaxy S24 series will debut quite early, according to the most recent tip.
The information was obtained from Ice Universe, a reliable source for Samsung-related product leaks.
The Galaxy S21 lineup was first introduced in January 2021, which was the last time a Samsung launch occurred. The company back then did so because it wanted to maintain consumer demand during pandemic times by introducing a refreshed lineup.
This time, there will be a more practical justification for the eventual early launch because Samsung and Qualcomm will release their next-generation chipsets earlier and they will be more affordable.
Samsung may strike and claim some glory, but once CES starts, all the buzz is probably going to fade away pretty quickly. The holidays may overshadow the phone if the launch is moved back in time, and it doesn’t appear likely that Samsung will be able to work quickly enough to get the Galaxy S24 onto store shelves in time for the holiday shopping rush.
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According to @Tech_Reve, manufacturing of the Galaxy S24 will start “mid-next month” in preparation for a potential early launch. It is therefore unlikely that the phone would be ready by year’s end. Another thing to consider is whether Samsung would benefit from accelerating the release of its phone in response.
Since October won’t be far off, we’ll soon be in the fourth quarter of this year, which means we’ll learn a lot more about the Samsung Galaxy S24 series. As always, we’ll keep you updated as we learn more, but based on what we know so far, it seems like Samsung will be changing things up.
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