If you’re a Samsung fan, the expected Galaxy S7 release date is probably one of the first piece of information you’ll want to hear about the upcoming device. We do not have a confirmed date from Samsung, but we can make some estimates based on previously released devices and Samsung’s release schedules.
We’ll first talk about the most likely dates for the release of the Galaxy S7 followed by some other rumors we’re hearing about lately. With huge expectations already being heard on both the S7 the inevitable announcement on the Galaxy S7 Edge, it’s almost impossible to not speculate about things to come.
Most Likely Galaxy S7 Release Date
Samsung is potentially looking to get ahead of the crowd this year round, so instead of releasing their smartphone later into the first half of 2016, they may release the device in January. The idea behind releasing the smartphone in January is to create a gap between the other smartphones that will be releasing shortly after.
Do we really think the expected Galaxy S7 release date will be in January in markets worldwide including the UK? It’s hard to say for sure, but we do think it could be possible. If it doesn’t get released in January, there are plenty of other dates very close by.
Other Possible Release Dates
In previous years, Samsung has released their flagships in March and February. As a result, it’s possible that the Galaxy S7 may also be released in one of these two months. It’s unlikely that we will hear an announcement of the S7 any later than March, as that would be pushing it a bit too far, which is contradictory to the rumors suggesting Samsung want to push out their latest flagship as quickly as possible in 2016.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date Events
If the Samsung Galaxy S7 release date is set for January, then we’ll probably see a Sammy hosted event early that month. If the Galaxy S7 instead gets a February release date in the US, China, India, UK, and many other markets, MWC could be a good place to announce the device. In March, Samsung may create their own event that closely follows after Mobile World Congress which is precisely what we expect to see.