While Galaxy S8 pre-orders in its home country are set for April 7, Samsung will start accepting pre-orders in Europe immediately after the device's unveiling. This information comes courtesy of a new report which says Galaxy S8 pre-orders in the Netherlands will go live on March 29.
There's, however, no information on exactly when pre-orders will start shipping. The report also notes that the tech giant won't be offering any freebies to those who pre-order the phone - this, however, could be market specific. As for price, the S8 will carry €799 tag, while the S8+ will cost €899.
In case you missed, there have been reports that Galaxy S8 pre-orders will arrive much earlier than store units.
You won't NEED the fingerprint sensor 98% of the time, that's why they put it on the back. Iris scanning and facial recognition mean the fingerprint sensor is just a backup.
Pre-orders start the 30th of March in Belgium. (Proximus)
You obviously ignorant on how manufacturing works. There is no time to change. Mass production had been done months ago. The unveiling is going to happened on 29th March which is just 5 days from now. Pre-order will start as early as April 2nd and be...