Galaxy S8 Release Date Allegedly Leaked Before MWC 2017 Date Revelation
Samsung’s mobile chief earlier revealed that the announcement dates of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be detailed during the MWC trade show, a platform where the company is going to be making an appearance at, but for different products. However, a new report allegedly reveals when the upcoming flagship devices will allegedly start selling from.
Apart From the Galaxy S8’s April 21 Release Date, LG’s G6 Has Been Reported to Get a Much Bigger Head Start
LG is already aiming to get ahead of the Galaxy S8 announcement and release date by a huge margin, in the hopes that it is able to sell a large number of units before Samsung’s flagships come taking away all of that thunder.
According to a report from ETNews, the release date of the Galaxy S8 is April 21, whereas the release date of G6 will be March 10. Previously, leaks suggested that the release date of the smartphone was April 14, but it looks like a high-ranking individual belonging to a mobile network provider might have told some very interesting details according to the source:
“Release date of Galaxy S8 in South Korea has changed from the 14th of April to the 21st of April due to reasons such as size of supplies and others.”
This means that if the Galaxy S8 is going to be released in Korea on April 21, then it is going to be making its way to the United States at a much later time, but we will be waiting for more details in the near future to update our readers. We know for a fact that both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are going to be shipped out in the Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 chipset variants, with the Galaxy S8 Plus touting a 6.2-inch QHD screen.
The home button of both devices have been removed from the lower part of the device to increase the total screen-to-body-ratio and both of these phones might also feature iris scanners that are present right next to the front camera lens. Thanks to their larger screen sizes, both devices are also expected to feature larger battery capacities, resulting in much higher battery life for future users.