Earlier last month we heard the news that the pre-orders of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 are supposed to begin on April 10. However, according to a report of PhoneArena, it appears that the day is changed and it is now April 7, which presumably is the official date as the company affirmed this to the Korean media.

Pre-orders starts on April 7 in South Korea

You certainly know that Samsung is preparing an event on March 29 during which it will reveal the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones. So, in Korea, the two smartphones will be ready for pre-order beginning on April 7.

Coincidentally, that is the date on which the new LG G6 goes on the market in Canada, and probably in the USA. Samsung and other Korean carriers will accept pre-orders for this new smartphones until April 17. Suddenly, on April 18 there will be an exceptional "S8 pre-launch event" in some of the carriers' physical shops. However, this event will only be for "reserved supporters, " and the news suggests that these will have the opportunity to obtain prizes. Samsung will also be giving away the S8 and S8 Plus smartphones, as well as Gear S3 smartwatches as prizes during the occasion.

Variants and markets of Samsung Galaxy S8

Before April 20, Korean sellers will open their doors to subscribers who need to test out the new flagship.

On April 21, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will go on shelves in Korea. According to a Samsung report, the S8 event of pre-order was decided at the last second, and it might be expected to improve the number of supporters for local carriers. The global release of the Galaxy S8 might still be established on April 28, but at the moment we know when the S8 and S8 plus could become accessible for pre-order.

Samsung is reported to launch the S8 in two chipset variants of Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 835. The two smartphones fueled by Snapdragon 835 is presumed to come to markets like the China and United States. The Asian and European markets are secured to obtain the Exynos 8895 variant of both new smartphones.