The next flagship device from Samsung is slated to be launched earlier than expected. The most probable upcoming device can be &nbsp;Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy S10. As per a report published by The Korea Herald, Samsung is pushing its production line of next flagship phones that were still a month away from the assembly line.The production of the 6.38-inch OLED displays for the Galaxy Note 9 already commenced two months earlier than the Galaxy Note 8. This clearly suggests, the launch of Galaxy Note 9 will fall somewhere near August.As of now, there are various reasons listed for such a sudden thrust. One major reason that has surfaced is the low sales of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Pus. The dent has driven the South Korean tech giant to roll out something more intruding. The other considerable explanation is, Samsung wants to place one of its devices to counter iPhone X, which has already topped as the best-selling smartphone in the first quarter of this year. Samsung is scheduled to showcase its in-display fingerprint sensor in the Galaxy S10, which shall be in direct competition with next Apple&rsquo;s iPhone.&nbsp;Img Source:&nbsp;koreaheraldThe Galaxy S10 launch date is expected to be announced at CES 2019 in early January, which again will be one month ahead of Galaxy S9 that was unveiled at the February&rsquo;s Mobile World Congress 2018 and was released in the following month.As per some rumours, Samsung can throw up a surprise by displaying foldable smartphone as its next flagship device. And as reported, the production of foldable OLED display will begin in November. This will let Samsung embed the new series of display in its next flagship device.Galaxy X release can turn out to be a showstopper with the top of the line Snapdragon processor, foldable display, and a monstrous battery. After losing on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus sales, Samsung will be surely planning a significant turnaround in its fortune with out of the box offering and Galaxy X would the perfect platform.However, with such haste in exhibiting Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10, we hope, Samsung doesn&rsquo;t make blunder this time like it did with Galaxy Note 7. After All, speeding up the schedule will put extra compulsion on the regular tests and standard screening processes. Let&rsquo;s wait for Samsung&rsquo;s next flagship device to see the day&rsquo;s light.