Now that the cat is out of the bag and we've learned that Samsung Galaxy S8 won't be unveiled at Mobile World Congress next month, we can start making predictions about the flagship's announcement.
Even before Samsung stated that Galaxy S8 will not be announced in late February, we reported about a rumor suggesting the flagship will be present at MWC trade fair, but it won't be showcased for the public.
The source of the rumor claimed the smartphone will be revealed on March 29 and it will be launched on the market in late February. The same person recently added a few more information on the matter like the fact that the Galaxy S8 will be introduced at an event that will take place in multiple cities from the United States and Europe.
If we are to take into consideration Samsung's previous launch events, we would say that there's a high chance the press conference will take place at the same time in New York, United States, and London, United Kingdom.
According to the same source, the Galaxy S8 will benefit from a “record breaking marketing campaign.” Also, it's suppose to hit shelves in the week 17, which means it should be available for purchase in late April.