It’s as good as official: Samsung will launch the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in India on 19 April.
Pre-orders for Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone have exceeded those of its predecessor S7, mobile business chief Koh Dong-jin said
In all Samsung wants to sell twice as many Galaxy S8 smartphones this year as it did last year with the successful S7 model.
Now that we know everything about the Samsung Galaxy S8, the bigger question is: When can we get our hands on it?
Why should you upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S8? It's not like you actually need the device, right?
Samsung Electronics will launch the highly anticipated smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus today.
More details of Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S8 appear to have been leaked, this time pertaining to the Chinese/Asian version of the device.
Samsung Galaxy S8 design has already been leaked on many occasions. The thing that stands out in the design is the extremely thin top and bottom bezels on the front, which give a massive screen real estate to have a large display within the same dimensions as that of the Galaxy S7 edge. But according to a Forbes report, new leads have emerged on the design which may not really be that impressive.
An image of what is alleged to be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 has apparently been floating around Weibo for a couple of weeks now.
Samsung Galaxy S8: Rumour has it that it will be priced at around Rs 58,000 and will launch on 29 March
A twitter user has leaked the price and release date for Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship. He claims that the phone will launch on 29 March and that prices will start at $849 (around Rs 58,000).