Finally! Samsung confirms a launch date for the much awaited Galaxy S8. It will release the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus on 29th March. You can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S8 on April 10th 2017. The phones will be out for sale in the market from 21st April 2017. Now that is excellent news for those who waited so much. Samsung maintained the time scale because the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge released on the March 11th.
More or less Galaxy S8 keeps the timeline
If you have a look at the schedule of release for Samsung mobiles, then you will know, the Samsung Galaxy S6, S5 and S4, went on for sale in April of every year. Before this, Samsung launched their phone during the middle of the year. We can call it as a strategic move from Samsung.
They shifted their release dates and created a bigger space between the release of Galaxy phones and iPhones. Since we have confirmed news about Galaxy S8 release dates, we bet you will try to get rid of the Galaxy S7. The retailers too are looking to get rid of the Samsung Galaxy S7. They are offering some tempting deals on Galaxy S7.
The offers for Samsung Galaxy S7
If you buy a Galaxy S7 or a Galaxy S7 Edge, and then activate it with AT&T, Verizon or Sprint, then you will get a free $100 best buy gift card. The deal does not end here. You will also get a free Samsung fast charger along with a memory card of 256GB and an additional savings of $100. It is a great deal considering the amount of savings you can make and the free perks available.
The SD card and wireless charger alone are the two best reasons to buy the Galaxy S7. One more reason is, you can use them even on the Galaxy S8 also. Right now, the T-mobile is not included in the promo. But you can buy the Galaxy S7 from best buy and then activate it with one of the mobile network carriers. After that, if you switch to T-mobile, you might have a chance to win an iPhone 7.
Don’t sell the Galaxy S7 right now
Undoubtedly, these are great deals for those who don’t have the Galaxy S7 yet. But if you already have the Galaxy 7, then it is better not to sell it. You won’t get a good resale value. Most of the retailers are already looking for stock clearance by selling off the Samsung Galaxy S7. So, it is s smarter thought to wait for some time and then buy the Galaxy S8.