The smartphone world is eagerly anticipating the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 flagship smartphones next month and it turns out that a European roll out for the phones could be scheduled as early as March 11th, according to the latest report.
The date comes from the same source who provided us with an exclusive look at the LG G5’s redesign and the Galaxy S7’s dimensions, as well as correctly detailing the size of Galaxy S6 Edge+ last year, so we are pretty confident about this.
— Shai Mizrachi (@ShaiMizrachi) January 29, 2016
The release date also matches up with a slide spotted from China Mobile back in December, which suggested that the Galaxy S7 would be landing in that region in the same month, and @evleaks has hinted at the same March 11th release date for the US. We appear to be looking at a simultaneous global release schedule for the S7 this year. Last year, the Galaxy S6 didn’t land in Europe until mid-April.
For a closer look at what we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its Edge variant, check out the latest rumors at the link below.