Several highly anticipated flagships will hit the market in the second half of the year, and while everyone knows that Apple, Samsung and Google will be launching their new high-end models, there are only a handful of details available on the actual launch.
Samsung is the first to roll out its flagship at the end of August, followed by Apple in the second half of September.
Apple is generally surprising new-generation iPhones in September, though it does give us some clues as to when the iPhone 1
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The iPhone 7 was released on September 16, 2016, while the iPhone 8 was released September 22, 2017. iPhone XS was released on September 21, 2018.
With sales typically starting on Friday, Apple has two options for the next-generation iPhone, September 20 and September 27. Both are in the second half of September and are following the timeline leaked by Evan Blass.
Google will be the last big company joining the party with the already leaked and confirmed Google Pixel 4 (19459005) end of October (19659003) The data given here refers to the day on which these devices are sold come. The revelation could be done a week earlier. The calendar is based on information published by Verizon in its marketing calendar for the second half of 2019.
It goes without saying that when reading this data a certain amount of skepticism is required, even though most of them coincide with the previous expectations regarding the launch of new flagships this year.