Fans all over the globe who can't wait to get their hands on with Samsung's latest "Flagship Killer," Samsung Galaxy S8, might be not ready for some disappointing news. New reports claimed that Samsung Galaxy S8's release was pushed back a week to April 28.
Now, according to VentureBeat, technically it could not be considered a delay since the phones have not officially announced yet. There were previous leaks reported that it will be released on April 21 however, Samsung seems decided to delay the release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 just a week before the exciting event.
In addition, there was no exact reason for the delay, however, Samsung did launch Galaxy Note 7 last year, taking the risk even unknowingly it became a disastrous smartphone. Samsung has proven that there's no such thing as taking too many precautions.
Despite the delay, Samsung is still on track on the scheduled unveiling of their Galaxy S8 along with a new Gear VR headset on March 29. The unveiling event, however, will be in New York City.
On another note, the Galaxy S8 is said to be sporting a 5.8-inch super AMOLED Display while its brother Galaxy S8 Plus will be sporting a massive 6.2-inch screen. Both phones have a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor with a 4 GB of RAM and a 4 GB internal storage. Galaxy S8 will also operate on Android 7.0 as well as the Galaxy S8 Plus, described by BGR.
With the news of pushing back from its original date, Samsung has definitely prepared their "Flagship Killer" to be completely no hardware issues before it is sold out in public, like last year's Galaxy Note 7. Samsung is aiming to have over 12 million Samsung Galaxy S8 unit ready for launch and will definitely be the most watched smartphone launch of 2017.