The Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Cost You $849 & Launch On March 29th Claims Tipster
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is a regular feature of the rumor mill. The device will be a complete overhaul over its predecessor. An edge to edge screen, no home button, upgraded camera sensor and processor will be a couple of the few features to make it on the device this year. As to when will Samsung actually launch the device? There’s no official word as of yet. Still, the rumor mill never sleeps and today we’ve got some more information for you on the matter. Take a look below for more.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Rumored To Launch On March 29th With $849 Price Tag
With the position that is in, Samsung will play its cards very carefully this year. The company’s in a tough spot due to the Note 7‘s failure. The device’s explosions have wiped off a lot of money of off the company’s balance sheets. Now, the Galaxy S8 will make up for some of this loss. Or at least that’s what the rumor mill keeps on telling us. To achieve this, the company’s being extra cautious with the Galaxy S8.
The device won’t be launch at the sidelines of the MWC, as has been the case in the past. Rather, the month of April is the feature of a lot of rumors for the launch of the Galaxy S8. Today, tipster @Riccolo claims to have some more information on the matter. According to him, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S8 not in April, but on March 29th. In addition to this, the Korean tech giant will also price the device way out off the normal consumer’s reach.
The device will leave you $849 lighter, if Riccolo’s news turns out to be accurate. Of course, this has to be for the non-carrier versions. In addition, Riccolo also claims that the device will also be present at the MWC. It won’t be unveiled publicly, but will only be shown off to a select number of people. The Galaxy S8 will be released on April 24th, which will mark the 17th week of this year.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be powered by the Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM. The device will also feature a virtual assistant; marking a first for the lineup. Samsung’s Bixby will be able to carry out quite a lot of tasks and will place the Korean tech giant in cohorts with Microsoft and Apple. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section b3elow and stay tuned for the latest.