After many months of speculations, Samsung had finally revealed their new flagship in March 2017: the Samsung Galaxy S8. Before then, all sorts of rumors regarding the phone’s dimensions, sensors, features and looks run rampant on online forums with many people believing and claiming many different things.
This reveals finally differentiated between the rumors and the realities surrounding the mobile phone. The Galaxy S8 is slated for a worldwide release on the 21st of April 2017. However it was first spotted on Phandroid and Android Forums, T-Mobile will release the Samsung flagship early, just as they had previously done with the last flagship model, the Galaxy S7.
The company previously stated that both the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus will be available to the customer on the 19th of April 2017, two days prior to the actual worldwide release. And with the arrival of the Easter holiday, it is possible for the phones to be shipped even sooner than before.
This move will definitely pull a lot of attention around T-Mobile. Many fans of Samsung’s products will do whatever it takes to get their hands on the new and much-awaited flagship phone. It wouldn’t be surprising if T-Mobile were to gain a lot of new subscribers in this way, as will probably be their goal.
In 2016, T-Mobile did the same with that year’s flagship, the Galaxy S7. T-Mobile Now they will be selling the Samsung Galaxy S8 in two plans: $750 once or $ 30 per month for the next two years. Other vendors will get the release for the new flagship phone on the same day as originally planned, 21st April.
These will include, but won’t be limited to, names such as Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and Best Buy. Fans will surely flock to T-Mobile once the date does arrive.