Samsung may expect a big demand for S8 right from the start
Samsung might make a huge push for the S8.
The Galaxy S8 has a tall task ahead of it.
It needs to make everyone forget about the Note 7 fiasco.
Maybe the plan is to flood the market with supply.
According to new.
Report from a Korean news outlet called The Bell, Samsung will increase its first batch of shipments of the Galaxy S8 by 40% compared to the S7.
This same report says Samsung's sales goal for the Galaxy S8 is 60 million units.
For comparison, the Galaxy S7 managed to move 48 million units.
A lot of details have apparently leaked out about Samsung's upcoming phone.
Here's what we think we know so far.
It's been widely reported there will be two models of the S8.
One will have a 5.8 inch screen, the other will have a 6.2 inch screen.
Both versions of the S8 would feature Samsung's curved edge display.
The front of the devices would have small bezels with the front of the phone being about 80% screen.
March 29 is the release date, according to Evan Blast, who has a good reputation when it comes to this kind of thing.
In the past, Samsung has introduced its latest Galaxy S phone just before Mobile World Congress, which occurs in late February.
For more details, check out cnet.com.
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