The much expected Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus variant has caused much stir in the tech world ahead of its official unveiling as there have been several leaks and rumors in the media surrounding the device and what is to be expected of the specs.
For sure, however, it has been confirmed that the South Korean tech company will be debuting the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset on the Galaxy S8 and along with that, the tech company has been said to be bringing the much powerful and famed Bixby AI Assistant to market with the device.
However, the device which was earlier rumored to be coming into the market in February at the Mobile World Congress 2017 was reported t had been shifted back to April to allow the company enough time to make finishing touches to the device has been rumored to be coming into town earlier than expected.
According to latest rumors, the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus may be making its way into the market come March 29, 2017. The rumor comes after Samsung confirmed it would be holding an event in New York which suggests the company might look into announcing the devices at the same time.
Recent reports have however indicated that the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus may not follow in the line of previously released devices as latest reports suggest that the South Korean tech company may be releasing the device globally on the same day.
Following the report, another report suggests that Samsung may be looking to start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus as from April 10th while the device itself will begin shipping as from April 21st.
Following the shipping date which is pretty plausible given that the device manufacturer may be looking to make the smartphone available in all regions on the same day, Samsung has been reported to be planning some heavy lifting with regards to some units of the device it is producing.
If a Vietnamese report is anything to go by, then Samsung may be producing as much as 12 million units of the device at the very least to cater for the global circulation and demand of the latest flagship smartphone.