There has been much dust with leaks, renders and possible specs information regarding what to expect on Samsung’s upcoming flagship device which the tech world sees as a redemption move for its image which was tainted by the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.
However, the leaks of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus device has done more to create the buzz ahead of the possible release of the device in April according to rumors as the tech company has been reported to be planning a shipping of 12 million units of the device worldwide.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus which has been rumored to be getting officially unveiled in the latter days of March and subsequently should be made available in stores worldwide come April.
Samsung is, however, trying hard to make the smartphone remain relevant in the tech market as the South Korean company has devised just a new route to getting the required awareness for its device ahead of its launch.
According to the latest move by the tech company, the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus variant will be offered for 90-days in which users can return the smartphone should users feel unsatisfied with the product.
The move, a bold one at that is aimed at cementing the quality and assuring quality and premium grade product mostly to counter the negative vibes which might have been spread by the exploding Galaxy Note 7 device.
The deal offered by the tech company also comes with a better perk in that it is an unconditional offer aimed at striking out all possible caveats as may be envisaged by users thereby guaranteeing users their money back.
Recall that some months ago, information surfaced that the South Korean company may be planning to set up as much as 3,000 experience stores across the entire South Korea. The move by the tech company has indeed put the smartphone in the face of many people and ahead of its launch kept it grossly relevant to the tech world even as the likes of the LG G6 appear on the market before it.
Other information however hold that the smartphone company may not be as much concerned with the backlash from the Note 7 as much as it is trying to push its new AI Assistant, Bixby, which has been rumored to be a very powerful smart assistant which when it drops will rival the Google Alexa and beat the likes of Cortana and Apple’s Siri.