Although some recent reports claimed the Galaxy S8 wouldn’t be ready for an unveil until April, a new report out of South Korea claims the phone will be announced at MWC next month. Its predecessors were introduced at MWC, though it was reported Samsung needed to spend more time on quality control this year.
One of the sources speaking with The Investor claims the phone will be unveiled in February, but it’ll be at least a “month or two” before it’s available. That delay may give Samsung an alternative way to dedicate more time to quality control.
Mass production will reportedly begin in March, with an official release date in mid-April.