Samsung Sets The Bar High: Want to Sell 60 Million Galaxy S8, According to Rumors

Note 7 problems would have forced Samsung to postponing the launch of the Galaxy S8 until April but, despite everything, in Samsung are very confident that its next flagship will rise and will sell even better than previous models, according to industry rumours.

It is true that leaks portend important improvements in the future Member of the Galaxy S series, for which the company would have marked a goal of distribution is higher than that of the previous generations. In particular, they hope to distribute no less than 60 million Galaxy S8 through 2017. Will they get it?

Samsung is optimistic, despite the late release

The start of the year marks a new stage in the technological world and major brands are preparing to launch their respective smartphones star for this period. Within little more than one month we will know some of those proposals at the Mobile World Congress show, but this year there will be a big absentee.

Although it is not confirmed, all indications are that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will not be official until April, specifically the day 18. In fact, according to The Investor, the company already It would have confirmed this date to its suppliers, that has also transmitted a request to make no less than 60 million units of its top range future.

If you look at previous years, with the exception of the S4 Galaxy released in 2013, it is a rather higher than the most recent terminals figure. Samsung got place 45 million Galaxy S5 and S6 Galaxy, While the Galaxy S7 climbed slat to 48 million units.

Samsung Galaxy S8 would go into mass production in March, and since then, Samsung expects to manufacture five million units a month to reach its initial goal. They are very optimistic, taking into account that the launch will wait longer than expected. In addition, some analysts have expressed doubts about the objective case, arguing that Samsung will have it difficult to compete in an increasingly saturated market of high-end, especially with new proposals coming from China at very competitive prices.

Transfer rumours emerging a Samsung Galaxy S8 with major improvements as the presence of a panel of 4K intended for virtual reality, the new Intelligent Assistant Bixby and a riskier design that would eliminate the classic button front top. Despite the difficulties, the S8 continues to be the most anticipated smartphone of the year, you’ll reach that mark?