Has Samsung’s Product Schedule for the Next Year Been Leaked?

TECH NEWS – Many product developments have been leaked as we’ve learned what the South Korean company is reportedly working on for release this year and early 2025; it’s not just the well-received Galaxy S24 lineup that Samsung has planned for 2024.


A listing from @PandaFlashPro has popped up on Twitter, but we can’t embed it because he’s set his profile to private. But that’s okay, because there’s a screenshot of the tweet, so we can see what products Samsung has planned for the next 12 months or so. According to PandaFlashPro, there’s a Galaxy Z Flip 6 and a Galaxy Fold 6 in the pipeline alongside the Galaxy Fold Ultra (they’re leaving the six out of the name here?), so there are more foldable phones in the pipeline. These could arrive in July along with the Galaxy Buds 3 series, the Galaxy Watch 7 series and the Galaxy Ring.

The leaks also talk about more Fan Edition devices in the pipeline. So there could be Galaxy S24 FE, Galaxy Z Flip FE, Galaxy Z Fold FE, Galaxy Watch FE, Galaxy Buds 2 FE, Galaxy Tab S10 FE. And there are also rumors that the Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy XR headset, Galaxy Book 4 Edge and of course the Galaxy S25 mobile phone series could arrive in early 2025.


Given this, Samsung is going to have a particularly busy year and an impressive, ambitious product launch schedule for the South Korean company if the leaks are true. If true, we can expect focused, solid Android development, as this list doesn’t show the confusion we might see elsewhere. Meanwhile, Samsung is also trying to support older devices: we’ve heard that the Galaxy’s artificial intelligence features and One UI 6.1 will soon be available on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21.

So Samsung has shown its cards after a leak. Apple, on the other hand, is not there yet. They’ll be one step ahead with their new phones, as the iPhone 16 series with more AI features is coming this fall.

Source: WCCFTech

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