Samsung tipped to tease the Galaxy S8 at the MWC
Samsung has scheduled a press event for the upcoming MWC in Barcelona on February 26. The chief of Samsung Mobile has already confirmed the Galaxy S8 won't be the star of the show, as the company wants to take the time and test thoroughly everything before going for launch.
The press invitations revealed the event will be about the Galaxy Tab S3 slate. It is rumored to pack a 9.6" AMOLED screen of 2,048 x 1,535 px, Snapdragon 820 chip, a 13MP camera, and to come in LTE and Wi-Fi flavors.
There is a chance we could still see a glimpse of the Galaxy S8 flagship, though. A new report from Korea suggests Samsung will show a one-minute video teaser of the upcoming device, probably design-related.
It's not unusual for Samsung to tease an upcoming device this way - a teaser of the Gear S3 smartwatch was aired at the end of the UNPACKED event last year in Barcelona.
We'll be there to cover any announcements that come out of MWC 2017, so you'll get the latest scoop as soon as we know more.
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- 05 Feb 2017
You're talking about the note. Which uses different batteries anyway..
- 02 Feb 2017
Sure Samsung needs time. It'll conduct every possible test to make sure it doesn't explode again 😁
- 02 Feb 2017