The rumor mill is again hinting that Samsung’s Galaxy S8 may debut later in the year than recent Galaxy S releases.
Samsung is reportedly aiming to debut the Galaxy S8 at an event in New York in April. The alleged reason for the later release is so that Samsung can work with external agencies to regain consumer trust and confidence before the company releases a new flagship device.
This is the second time in as many months that rumors have suggested that the Galaxy S8 announcement will happen in April.
In recent years, Samsung’s Galaxy S flagships have debuted in February and March, so an April Galaxy S8 announcement would be later than some folks are probably expecting. The whole overheating Galaxy Note 7 fiasco has been a big hit for Samsung, so it would make sense that the company would like to take its time testing the Galaxy S8 and working to regain consumer trust before launching another major product.
What do you want to see from the Samsung Galaxy S8?