Samsung Galaxy 8 Release Date Set, Is April Launch Final?
Of every single detail regarding the highly expected Samsung Galaxy S8, the release date is practically the most important among the customers, given the fact that this promises to be one of the most spectacular flagships that we´re going to see this year, not only because of Samsung´s greatness, but also because this has been the biggest bet from the South Korean giant in order to restore its reputation after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Fortunately, the day in which this smartphone is going to be released has been confirmed by several sources in South Korea, but it won´t be exactly good news for Samsung´s lovers.
The Galaxy S8 Release Date Could Be Quite Unpopular
According to Express, the Galaxy S8 will be released on April 15th at an event in New York City, which is a place in which the South Korean giant has already unveiled some of its most famous devices. Naturally, this confirmed the previous rumors that suggested that Samsung would launch its flagship in April, which was something that customers didn't like considering that it was expected that the mobile device could be released at the Mobile World Congress in Spain. The company usually launches the next entry in its Galaxy S smartphone series in this event, which is going to be held from February 27 to March 3rd this year.
A Spectacular Phone That Could Excel Expectations
Nevertheless, as reported in a previous article, the Galaxy S8 is expected to be one of the greatest mobile devices ever released, thanks to a number of specs and features that would blow customers´ minds and achieve the goal of restoring the brand´s reputation. In fact, one of the phone´s major changes will be the removal of the home button, and the way in which the user will have to become accustomed to pressing on-screen virtual buttons.
As reported by UberGizmo, even when is not known how reliable is the information regarding the release date of the Galaxy S8, many suggest that this could be the exact moment when the flagship will be finally shown to the smartphone world. Let´s just wait and see what happens.
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