Lately, a South Korean magazine, Yonhap News Agency, announced a statement publishing that Samsung is starting new phones in August this year. The organization is currently in discussions with local network carriers compared to the start of its new smartphone models in the upcoming months, including the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy S21 FE, and Galaxy Z Flip 3.
If the statement is correct, the organization will be launching smartphones new than usual. The launch most possible pushed forward to fill the gap of the Galaxy Note series that regularly started in August. The organization has now established that it will not start the Galaxy Note series this year.
As far as its launch plan is involved, these differences are nothing unique. This year, Samsung started its Galaxy S21 lineup in January, about a month from its usual timeline to get on Apple as its new iPhone 12 series was in demand.
Although, the latest strategy is running moderately well for the smartphone producer. According to Strategy Analytics, Samsung was the world’s best smartphone vendor in the first quarter of 2021, with 77 million units, accounting for a 23% business share. It also newly beat Apple, becoming the largest smartphone producer in the world.