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Samsung Galaxy S8 will present on March 29 at a massive presentation in the United States and Europe, the budget for advertising will be a record

As you know, Samsung plans to announce Galaxy S8 on the MWC 2017, starting on February 27 in Barcelona. This means that the new flagship of the South Korean company will be presented later in the year than its predecessor, which was announced at MWC 2016. According to the informant, known online under the nickname Ricciolo, the official screening of the South Korean novelty will take place on several large-scale events that will take place on 29 March in different cities of the United States and Europe.

Apparently, a source says new York (USA) and London (UK). However, he hints at a record-scale marketing campaign for the launch of the Galaxy S8 and claims that the new smartphone will be available during the 17 weeks of the year, i.e. during the period from 24 to 30 April.

Galaxy S8 are attributed to curved with the two sides of the screen and all glass enclosure with no metal elements. Galaxy S8 could be the first line device without Home button. Fingerprint scanner, according to some, will be installed on the back panel of the smartphone or integrated directly into the display. Last, it is argued, will occupy from 90% to 95% of the area of the front panel.

The head of the mobile division Dong-Jin Koh, who announced the postponement of the presentation of the Galaxy S8, did not specify the possible date of announcement of the model, the first smartphone of premium class, which will be released after the failure of Galaxy Note7-related security issues.

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Because of the fiasco of the Galaxy Note7 in Seoul decided not to hurry with the release of the new flagship. Earlier today Samsung held in Seoul press conference at which he announced the results of the investigation of the causes of overheating and fire Note7. As it turned out, the reasons lie in problems with the batteries, not the design of the smartphone. In order to avoid the recurrence of similar incidents in the future, the company has introduced an 8-step quality control.

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