Samsung Galaxy S8: a new delay would be expected for its release

Finally, the Galaxy S8 would not be released on April 21 as previously announced, but a week later. The production of the processors in 10 nm would be the cause.

In January, Forbes claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S8 would be marketed only two weeks after its announcement, for its officially set March 29. However, VentureBeat made a little more clarification later on by prophesying an exit on April 21st. apparently a wrong date yet...

Evan "evleaks" Blass, through VentureBeat, reports that the Samsung Galaxy S8 would be slightly late and would arrive not on the 21st, but on April 28th. To support his remarks, he cites a "person informed of the brand's plan changes," which suggests that it might be a dealer or an operator.

At this time, no reason has been put forward for this delay by VentureBeat, but the DigiTimes suggests that the production rate of 10nm processors (Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 835) would be the cause of this new delay. Nothing that would be linked to the catastrophe of the Galaxy Note 7 so...

Remember that this story of explosive batteries would be the reason why the Galaxy S8 was not presented at Mobile World Congress 2017, allowing the Korean giant to finalize all the necessary security tests.

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