There is a no way Samsung Galaxy S8 can’t appear in daily tech news, especially since the phone is expected to lead the way this 2017.
This is despite the fact that the company suffered a huge tragedy when Samsung Galaxy Note 7 failed to live up to its expectations, leaving the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 as the only way out of this mystery. To fill up this gap, there have been reports that Samsung is planning a major design overhaul for the flagship. The changes will see both variants of the Galaxy S8 come with a design similar to the S7 Edge and Note 7. As a result of this chance, Samsung will also be changing the names of the upcoming flagship to Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be here as from April onwards, but the launch of the phone could happen at the upcoming MWC 2017 event to be held in February. Following the launch, the phone should take at least two weeks before it launches in major markets such as the U.S. and the UK, but most regions should be able to see the phone in early April.
Samsung GALAXY S8 like this , but more mellow.??? pic.twitter.com/zssEM0AB28
— 萌萌的电教 (@mmddj_china) January 4, 2017
To ensure that no willing buyer of Samsung Galaxy S8 remains stranded, the South Korean tech giant will reportedly produce at least 10 million units of the flagship. However, this figure will only be taking care of the initial launch of the phone, whose mass production will begin this March. Apparently, Samsung is choosing to stick with 10 million units just because it managed to sell the same amount of units for the Galaxy S7 during the first month. There are many people out there looking to get a new phone, especially those who did away with their Galaxy Note 7 handsets – Samsung will be happy to take advantage of this market, but it is not that easy, especially after the damaged reputation the Note 7 has left behind.