Samsung has announced a new line of Galaxy smartphones in Japan, but it’s not the S6.
Instead, it’s the S7 Edge, the successor to the Galaxy S7.
Samsung says the S9 and S9+ will be coming to Japan in early 2018, and that the Galaxy Note series will be on the way as well.
In a press release, Samsung says that the S5 is in development and will debut in 2020.
We haven’t seen any details on pricing or availability yet, but if the S4 is any indication, the Note series is going to be a premium-level device.
It also says that all the S series smartphones will include a fingerprint scanner.
The Galaxy S5, which was unveiled in June, is a high-end device with a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 3,200mAh battery, and 64GB of storage.
It has a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, a 13MP camera with f/1.7 aperture, a 5MP front-facing camera, a 6MP rear-facing one, and a 3250mAh battery.
Samsung is also touting a faster Snapdragon 839 processor and 64-bit graphics for the S10.
The S7 and S7 edge are the more affordable Galaxy S series devices, but the S8 has been delayed in Japan.
It was expected to debut in late 2019 or early 2020, but now that Samsung has officially unveiled the S11, the phone looks like it’s on track for release this summer.
The phone will come in a range of sizes, from 5.8mm to 6.7mm.
Samsung will also offer a new smartwatch for the Galaxy family, which is rumored to be the Galaxy Gear, but we’ll have to wait until October for that.