Samsung Galaxy S8 Picture and Release Date Leaked
Samsung was expected to unveil the Galaxy S8 at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in February but if recent reports are to be believed, it may conduct a separate event in New York City to launch the handset in a couple of months.
A photo posted to Chinese micro-blogging network Weibo gives us our first glimpse at Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S8 ahead of its official debut. The device has a curved display and super slim bezels, but it’s missing Samsung’s traditional home button.
Korean media reports industry sources claim that Samsung has already confirmed that the market launch date of the Galaxy S8 has already been decided. The flagship will be launched globally on April 18. This comes amid reports claiming that the device production is planned to begin in March and Samsung is aiming to ship 10 Million units.
Sadly, there are no specifications to accompany the image, but according to recent speculation, the Galaxy S8 will have a pressure-sensitive display like the iPhone, support for an S Pen, and a massive 6-inch display with 4K resolution.
Keep in mind that this is an unconfirmed report from an unofficial source so the April 18 Galaxy S8 release date is not reliable.