If you are waiting for new Samsung Galaxy S8 then you might have to wait for long as Samsung Galaxy S8 won’t be unveiled at MWC 2017 next month, further the date has been shifted to March 29.
Speaking to Reuters, Samsung’s President of Mobile Koh Dong-jin has said that – unlike previous Galaxy S smartphones – the Galaxy S8 will not be ready to launch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which kicks off next month.
According to the source, the smartphone will be revealed on March 29 and will be available for purchase in late April and it is also said that the Galaxy S8 will be introduced at an event that will take place in multiple cities from the United States and Europe.
In Simple term, it means that the Samsung press conference will take place at the same time in New York, the United States, and London, United Kingdom.
Galaxy S8 which is equipped with a Snapdragon 835 chipset all set to take the market by the storm. Other than this the Galaxy S8 comes with running Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and would have 4GB RAM. If we talk about the most interesting thing which is an S pen making headlines with the Galaxy S8, Samsung may add S Pen support for its flagship Galaxy S line with the introduction of rumored S8 Plus.
This time Samsung might introduce alleged 6-inch Galaxy S8 Plus. So are you waiting for Samsung Galaxy S8 desperately share your thoughts in our comment section?