You could be able to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy S8 much sooner than you think. A new leak suggests that Samsung may begin mass production of the device in March. Samsung is set to consider releasing a limited batch of its upcoming handset ahead of its official launch. According to a source, Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 plus might be shipped as early as February or March. "There is a possibility of the S8 phones being showcased a month or two ahead of the actual release date."
Samsung S8 Latest Leak: Specs And Features
Among other things, the upcoming S8 is slated to feature a powerful virtual assistant, as well as the ability to connect the smartphone to a monitor for a desktop-like experience. They suggested that the device will incorporate dual-lens camera design and might ditch the home button for an edge-to-edge screen. Also, it's speculated that Samsung could design a fingerprint-sensing display or add the feature to the tempered glass because levels of concentration will be highly increased with a 'full screen', pictures and videos should be much clearer and even go so far as to produce a 3D effect.
With the Samsung Galaxy S8 comes the response to the call of the iPhone's latest ditching of the headphone jack. If Samsung keeps the headphone jack, there's a far greater chance that the rest of the smartphone device would keep their jacks too. If Samsung gets rid of the headphone jack, the rest of the Android smartphone world would more likely follow suit.
Samsung Will Launch Limited Batch Of Samsung Galaxy S8
According to the report, Samsung is working toward a 60-million shipment goal - much higher than compared to some of its more recent Galaxy S devices. Speculations also suggest that Samsung is also thought to set the plans breaking with the tradition and unveil its new flagship smartphone on Mobile World Congress in New York in April 2017.