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Samsung Lacks Confidence in Galaxy Note 9

siliconreview Samsung Lacks Confidence in Galaxy Note 9

Samsung is expected to unveil two of its products during the press conference that is said to be held after two days. Although there were previously made smartwatches that supported Tizen were good in some parts of the region, it didn't make a good name for itself. As a result, Samsung is now looking forward to launching its new Galaxy Watch that will be running on Google’s Android-based OS. The second product that will be launched is the new Galaxy Note 9 that is said to be the next-gen phone with really amazing features. Not to mention, it is considered to be the “hottest new smartphone of the second of the year”.

Here is the catch; there are many phones that had great features in the past that couldn’t meet the customer needs and the company had problems selling it. Take Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9 had it all. A sleek design followed by high-performance quality, power backup. It is said that it didn't meet the sales mark like all the previous Samsung phones because it was considered to be the same product and was similar to Samsung’s previous versions. Since 2012 the company doesn’t seem to have made any sort of breakthrough in terms of phone development. Although in other countries, Samsung is considered a huge brand, it is yet to give any competition to Apple.

According to reports all of this has made Samsung lose hope on its new phone and the excitement level of both the company and the consumers have dropped. Let us see if things change for Samsung.