Mar 08, 2017 07:06 PM EST
Samsung Galaxy S8 fans were not surprised anymore. It is when the release date of the phone was reportedly pushed back.
Following the plans of the Samsung, the Korean company is said to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S8 on March 29 and due to the official launch on April 21. However, the timeline was not followed for according to Technobuffalo, the released date will be pushed more than week backward.
This would mean, that the waiting fans and tech enthusiasts must expect the unexpected release date for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus is unstable. So, from the date of April 21, the Samsung Galaxy S8 can be expected on April 28, Mobile Syrup reported.
The same site stated that a leaker, Evan Blass revealed the issue that had paused the momentum of the Samsung Galaxy S8 for a week longer. Meanwhile, the Evan Blass does not want it to be exactly called a delay since the Samsung Galaxy S8 was yet never released.
Furthermore, Blass said that his internal source does not mention any reason for the delay. On speculation, one reason might be because the Samsung is now taking a more cautious approach for the Samsung Galaxy S8 to avoid defective products in the future.
To note, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will both have the QHD + SuperAMOLED displays, a 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. More so, this will run on Android 7.0 with a Bixby Digital Assistant.
Eventually, the event on March 29 wherein the release date of the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be unveiled will reveal several Samsung products like Gear VR headset. But most importantly is the 5.8-inch Samsung Galaxy S8 and 6.2-inch Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. Hopefully, this new smartphone from Samsung can bring back the reputation of the company from the errors of the Galaxy Note 7.
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