In its place, Samsung would release updated Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ phones that looked nearly exactly like their predecessors. Apart from that, we can expect an upgraded camera experience and a new vertical placement of the fingerprint sensor. A recall of the update is unlikely, but at the same time, if you own a Galaxy S7 Edge, don't get your hopes up as Samsung will more than likely ensure that it doesn't happen again.
It remains unclear why Samsung chose to scrap its redesigned Galaxy S9 and S9+ duo, though there are two theories floating around that both make sense.
Of course, while demand for the iPhone X far outstripped supply at its launch, signs have recently emerged suggesting that sales were ultimately much weaker than anticipated, with many speculating that it's the device's high price that kept consumers away.
Teenager Jalibert at flyhalf for France? You won't see it in SA…
The 19-year-old five-eighth produced a lively performance at the Stade de France but limped off the pitch after half an hour. It's less than eight months since Six Nations chiefs reprimanded France for infringing the replacement laws.
Iran Accuses US of "Shamelessly Threatening" Russia with Nuclear Weapons
The Trump nuclear doctrine breaks with Obama's in ending his push to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in US defense policy. It took aim at the Pentagon's proposal to develop a nuclear cruise missile that could be launched from a ship or submarine.
Germany leads 1-0 over Australia
Kyrgios said he felt a problem with his elbow after Friday's match. "They are the things Nick does which the public doesn't see". Australia team captain Lleyton Hewitt said the injury - not the must win situation - had made it hard for Kyrgios to focus.
For now, we would have to wait until February 25th when the Galaxy S9 will be unveiled, just maybe Samsung will drop a hint on its plans for the next Galaxy phone.
You probably don't remember this, but Samsung's very first 6GB RAM smartphone was exclusively launched in China shortly after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, bizarrely combining that astounding memory count with a mid-range Snapdragon 653 processor.
It will also come with a refreshed Samsung-made Exynos chipset in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, and will offer support out of the box for UFS 3.0 - a standard of Univeral Flash Storage (UFS) that's twice as fast as UFS 2.0, the storage solution found on most modern smartphones, including the iPhone X - and 5G. Like many others, we were disappointed when we first heard the news. The company's C-series in Galaxy lineup devices target premium mid-range markets, prices nearly near to the "so-called" flagship killer smartphones.