At the beginning of this year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) smartphone. In the next month, the Galaxy Unpacked event will be held on Feb. 25 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 tech expo to unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones. Like every year, the South Korean company will be launching multiple smartphones this year. XDA Developers has unearthed a list of codenames for the Samsung smartphones that will be releasing this year. through the leaked Android 8.0 Oreo beta build for Galaxy Note 8.
The leaked build has codenames of numerous Samsung devices. Most of those devices are already available in the market. However, following is the list of codenames for 26 upcoming Samsung Galaxy smartphones ant tablets:
|Codenames||Actual Names (Speculated)|
|star 2||Galaxy S9+|
|astarqlte||Galaxy S9 Active (Snapdragon)|
|crown||Galaxy Note 9|
|j2y18lte||Galaxy J2 (2018)|
|j3topelte||Galaxy J3 (2018)|
|j3neolte||Galaxy J3 Neo|
|j7topelte||Galaxy J7 (2018)|
|j7toplte||Galaxy J7 variant|
|c10plte||Galaxy C10 Plus|
|gts4llte||Galaxy Tab S4|
|gta2xl||Galaxy Tab A10.1 (2018)|
|gtesy18lte||Galaxy Tab E (2018)|
Just as Samsung had released the Galaxy S7 Active in 2016 and Galaxy S8 Active in 2017, it appears that the company may launch the S9 Active phone this year. As it can be seen in the above list, there are some unknown devices. Samsung is rumored to debut a new line of smartphones that will be exclusively made available online. Hence, one of the unidentified devices could be a smartphone from the new series.
Previous reports have revealed that the “crown” codename belongs to the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. The same codename has been also found listed in the leaked Android 8.0 Oreo beta build for Note 8. Samsung China was rumored to debut Galaxy C10 and Galaxy C10 Plus smartphones in the previous year. The C10 series may debut this year with Snapdragon 660 chipset inside. The list contains multiple Galaxy J series phones, but Galaxy J5 (2018) seems to be missing. The unidentified smartphones could include the heavily rumored foldable smartphone from the company.
Update: The post has been updated according to the revisions found on the source link.