A lot of confusion going on as the release date of Galaxy S8 is coming near and nearer. Previously, the launching was scheduled on 26th of February 2017 a day before MWC event. However, the news was roaming around the internet that Samsung will launch Galaxy S8 at the end of March and release it on 21st of April 2017 because Samsung is extra careful after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco and they want some more time to regain the trust of the customers. Now, the latest reports suggesting that Samsung plans to showcase small batch of Galaxy S8 Smartphones at MWC – Mobile World Congress event, which is going to held from 27th of February to 2nd of March 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
Samsung Plans To Showcase Small Batch Of Galaxy S8 Smartphones At MWC
There are others smartphones which are scheduled to launch at the MWC event, and Samsung decided not to take any chances with the Galaxy S8 launch.
The news comes from The Investor indicating that Samsung may showcase few devices of Galaxy S8 at the MWC show.
We could criticize Samsung as much as we can on being topsy-turvy with its release date, but you cannot also utter a word against them because they have not said anything official.
According to another report, Samsung is manufacturing 60 million units. It is the highest volume of units in last three years.
What Could Be The Reason?
What could be the reason of showcasing only a few batches of Galaxy S8 at the MWC? The reason could be simple as per our thoughts, Samsung can create a hype of Galaxy S8 at the event, and it goes without saying that they do not want their competitors to steal the show. They can show what Galaxy S8 have got, and if customers can wait for less than two months until 21 April, then they can get their hands on it.