Galaxy S25+ will launch after all, Samsung didn’t ditch it

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The Samsung Galaxy S25+ will launch after all, Samsung didn’t ditch the phone. Considering this is the case, we’d like to issue an apology regarding the article that was published on the site about a week ago, as an exclusive.

The Galaxy S25+ is coming after all, it will launch alongside the Galaxy S25 & Galaxy S25 Ultra

In that article, Erencan Yılmaz, who was writing for us at the time (he no longer is), both acquired information for that article and wrote it. It turns out he was wrong, as he just published completely different information on GizmoChina.

He based the initial information on model numbers he spotted in the GSMA database. At the time, the Galaxy S25+ was nowhere to be found, but that’s no longer the case. The phone surfaced in the database, later than its siblings.

It’s painfully obvious that the device is alive and well at this point, and that it will launch alongside the Galaxy S25 and Galaxy S25 Ultra, as initially expected. Samsung is sticking to a flagship smartphone series consisting of three smartphones.

We apologize for allowing Erencan’s inaccurate information to end up on Android Headlines in the form of exclusive information. We will do our best to avoid such issues moving forward, as that’s way below our standard.

Chances are we’ll see all three Galaxy S25 smartphones launch in January next year

By the looks of it, the Galaxy S25 series will launch in January next year, about a year after the Galaxy S24 series. Do note that this is just an assumption at this point in time, as Samsung hasn’t confirmed anything just yet.

One thing is for sure now, all three Galaxy S25 phones are coming. All three will become official at the same time. There is still a chance Samsung will move the launch date to February, or something like that, but chances are the company will stick to January, we’ll have to wait and see.

Here’s a statement from the owner of Android Headlines, Chris Yackulic:

Dear Valued Readers,

As the owner of Android Headlines, I am writing to address a serious matter concerning a recently published report on our platform. After thorough investigation and research, we have determined that the information presented in the original article was inaccurate. As a result, we are officially retracting the leak/rumor discussed in that report.

Key Points:
1. Retraction: We are fully retracting the leak and rumor initially reported.
2. Investigation: Our team conducted an in-depth investigation following concerns about the article’s accuracy.
3. Process Failure: We identified a breakdown in our standard verification procedures, which led to the premature publication of unverified information.
4. Personnel Changes: The original author is no longer with Android Headlines.
5. Article Updates: We have revised the original article multiple times to reflect our findings and have issued a final statement on the matter.

At Android Headlines, we pride ourselves on delivering factual and reliable information to our readers. While our track record for accuracy is strong, we acknowledge that errors can occur. This incident has prompted us to implement additional safeguards in our editorial process to minimize the risk of similar occurrences in the future.

We want to assure our millions of readers and followers that we remain committed to open, transparent, and accurate reporting. We understand the trust you place in us and take this responsibility very seriously.

Moving Forward:
1. Enhanced Verification: We have strengthened our fact-checking protocols.

2. Staff Training: Our team will undergo additional training to reinforce our commitment to journalistic integrity.
3. Transparency: We pledge to maintain open communication with our readers about our reporting processes and any necessary corrections.

We sincerely apologize for any confusion or misinformation this incident may have caused. We appreciate your continued support and understanding as we strive to deliver the high-quality, reliable content you expect from Android Headlines.

Thank you for your loyalty and trust. We remain dedicated to serving you with the most accurate and timely information in the world of Android technology.

Chris Yackulic
Owner, Android Headlines

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