Samsung's Galaxy S8 has been rumored for released at just about any point in April, but new reports confirm a solid date.
We now have a confirmed released date for the Samsung Galaxy S8, so mark your calendars: the new phone will be released on the 21st of April, according to reports. Rumors had suggested that orders of the Galaxy S8 could begin April 10, and others suggested that it might get delayed to April 28, but it now appears that April 21 will be the official release date.
The Galaxy appears likely to come in two variants: the S8 and the S8+. Some of the umored specs include a 5.7 inch display with a Snapdragon 835 processor. It should have maximum total storage capacity of 384 gigabytes, and 12 megapixels.
Samsung has issued invites to its “Unpacked” event, which is when it usually unveils a new Galaxy smartphone. Right now, it appears Samsung will announce it on March 29.