By now, you’ve probably heard that Samsung has been teasing a new Galaxy S series since last year.
While we’ve seen hints of a device with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge earlier this year, we didn’t really get a chance to see a new device until today.
The new Galaxy Note 8, as we’ve come to expect, isn’t coming until September.
Samsung has also teased an “expansion” of the Galaxy Note line with a Galaxy S9, S9+ and a rumored Galaxy Note Pro.
It’s safe to say, however, that we’re not getting a new Note until the next Galaxy.
As we noted in the Galaxy 10 review, the Galaxy 9 and Galaxy S11 are still a bit of a mystery for us.
If you’re interested in the new Galaxy, however (or just curious about the new Note 8), the company has announced its newest Galaxy device.
In fact, the new device is officially dubbed the Galaxy X. It features a 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, a 5MP camera with OIS, a 3,000mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor and a 13MP front-facing camera.
It’s the Galaxy x that Samsung is calling its successor, and it’s also the Galaxy 8.
The Galaxy X sports the same 5.5-inch screen and 1080p display, as well as a 2,400mAh battery.
The display is actually a 1080p AMOL, so you’ll be getting the same 4:3 aspect ratio.
The Galaxy X’s specs and pricing haven’t yet been revealed, but we expect the Galaxy s9 to be priced at around $300.
Samsung will be offering the Galaxy series for $399 starting on October 27.
The price drops dramatically when the Galaxy Series 9, Galaxy Series 10 and Galaxy Series 11 are announced.