Samsung launched its Galaxy S20 Fan Version (FE) line in September.
Samsung is reportedly gearing up for an early launch of its next-gen Galaxy S smartphone line.
The South Korean electronics big is getting ready for a January launch of the Galaxy S21 in an try to seize market share from Huawei, based on a Reuters report revealed Monday. Samsung launched this yr’s Galaxy S20 line in March and 2019’s S10 household in February. The report provides extra momentum to rumors that three S21 telephones are anticipated to be unveiled in January, together with studies saying Samsung has begun manufacturing of the S21 line.
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Within the second quarter of this yr, Samsung misplaced the title of world’s largest smartphone producer to Huawei however regained that place within the third quarter as China’s Huawei grapples with the implications of tighter US sanctions. However Samsung faces robust competitors from different Chinese language rivals together with Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, all of that are aggressively increasing to international locations within the West a bid to seize market share.
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The subsequent telephone lineup is predicted to return after the latest launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. Samsung declined to touch upon the prospect of a January launch.