Samsung activated two Samsung Galaxy devices in its latest quarterly earnings report on Wednesday, with the Android-powered device being the first to see its Android OS installed.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 are both available now for preorder on Samsung’s online store, but users are advised to wait until the Samsung mobile operators announce availability of the devices.
Samsung says that if you buy one of the two devices today, it will come with the carrier’s mobile operator service.
“We believe that it is the right time to activate the Galaxy S7,” Samsung’s VP of Mobile Networks, John Lee, said.
“We have been working hard to get these devices to market as soon as possible and have been focused on delivering the most advanced and best-in-class mobile operating systems.”
Lee said Samsung has been working on an Android phone for over a year, and he said the company has received “positive feedback” from the carriers.
“The Galaxy S6 was very successful, with a massive user base,” Lee said.
But, he added, “the Galaxy S5 was the best-selling smartphone of 2014 and is the flagship for the brand.
We also believe that the Galaxy Note7 has had a very positive impact on our user base.”
Samsung has announced several new phones in the past few years.
In April, it launched the Galaxy X2, which was designed for the Chinese market.
It was the first Samsung device to include the Snapdragon 835, which Samsung calls “the world’s most advanced processor.”
The Samsung Mobile Devices division is also working on new devices, including the Galaxy Tab 3, which is a more affordable version of the Galaxy Pro.
Samsung also launched a new version of its Galaxy S4 smartphone in June.
Samsung has also announced that it will be launching two new smartphones: the Galaxy Mega and Galaxy Mega XL, which are both powered by the Snapdragon 808 processor, the company’s latest processor.
The Galaxy Mega is powered by a 1.5GHz octa-core chip and will cost $300.
The Samsung Mega XL is powered with a 1GHz quad-core processor and will run $300, according to Samsung.
The Galaxy Mega will ship in early December, while the Galaxy Mini will ship at the end of February.