Samsung plans "record-breaking marketing campaign" for rumored Galaxy S8 announcement on March 29
Reuters says safety concerns following the review of the Samsung Note 7 may have pushed back the Galaxy S8 launch date from its intended release at Mobile World Congress. Samsung is ramping up marketing efforts to new heights, possibly in a move to compensate for negative perception of the company after the Note 7 recall.
New rumors swirling around Twitter say that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be ready to present to partners and investors at MWC 2017, but not to the press or public. The same source followed that up with further information regarding the Galaxy S8, saying that the handset would be officially announced on March 29 and be available for purchase within a week of that date for a price of $849.
The most recent rumor refers to Samsung’s planned “record-breaking marketing campaign” for the Galaxy S8 that will culminate in launch events in major cities around the world. From what we know about Samsung’s preferred method of launching their flagship devices, this means Samsung has likely chosen to kick off its primary launch event in New York and will host a similar event somewhere in Europe, possibly the UK.
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