Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S7 smartphone has been the subject of endless rumors and leaks until now, revealing its design, variants, specs, and even accessories. As for its availability, an MWC 2016 unveiling has been rumored.
However, what we haven't heard yet is when it will go on sale, especially in the US. Well, looks like now we have an answer to that, too. According to the usually reliable leakster @evleaks, the flagship will be available for purchase in the US on March 11.
Starting to look like a Friday, March 11th Galaxy release in the U.S.— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 22, 2016
To refresh, the S7's predecessor - the Galaxy S6 - was unveiled at last year's Mobile World Congress and went on sale in the US and several other countries on April 10.
Needless to say it's still just a rumor despite coming from a leakster of repute, and as we all know, rumors aren't always correct. So, take it with a pinch of salt.
their mobile division profits are down now one third of what it was earlier .. they make money from its cheap low and mid ranger phones.. well reviews doesn't equate to sales .. and whatever you like to claim recent samsung phones are iPhone ...
#1 manufacturer of cheap android phones to be precise .. and we all know that its software sucks ..
Screw the premium build quality of people aren't buying it. Their profits don't come from their premium segments anyways. Their premium segments have seen yearly declines since 2003.