Samsung wants beta testers to know it will try hard to distribute official Oreo updates for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ this month. Further down the line, T-Mo's J7 Prime and Galaxy Tab E will also get Android 8.0.
The confirmation for the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch comes from DJ Koh, president of Samsung's mobile business. It doesn't get any more official than this, and according to DJ Koh, the launch of the company's first flagship for the year will happen at a major trade show in February.
If we're all lucky, we'll see a final Samsung foldable smartphone on the market in December 2018, or early 2019. The information that Samsung will start mass producing the foldable smartphone comes from industry sources cited by ETNews.
Samsung announced a trio of new Notebooks to join its 2018 line-up (some of which were already out in Korea), with the occasion of this year's CES: Notebook 9 Pen (image above), Notebook 9, and Notebook 7 Spin.