After getting more than a Billion dollars cost’s lesson for the Galaxy Note 7 battery burning issue, Samsung is now very concerned about its next flagship the Galaxy S8’s release. Without a doubt, it is pretty much sure that this time the company will rigorously test every single thing about the Galaxy S8 before launching it in the market. It obviously needs time, and that is why an anonymous personnel from Samsung said that “Currently we do not have any plans to release the Galaxy S8 early,” according to the ETNews report.
The rumor suggests that Samsung Galaxy S8 will come with a 5.5-inch 4K display and 6GB of RAM as standard which will be Samsung’s first handset with a 4K screen. What’s more, there could be included Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 830 processor, or Samsung’s Exynos 8895.
There is no specific time fixed as of yet for the launch of the Galaxy S8 but the company expected to reveal it at the Mobile World Congress next February. However, as Samsung is forecasting now that they do not have plans to release it early, therefore, we may guess that at the middle of the next year we may hear that Samsung Galaxy S8 will be coming soon in the market.
Galaxy Note 7 may have ruined Samsung’s image to the world’s consumers but next year we are hoping that Samsung will be able to own the consumer’s hearts again with its new flagship Galaxy S8 charisma.