New Delhi: South Korean tech-giant Samsung recently announced the official launch of it’s Samsung Galaxy S8 at MWC, 2017 as 28th March.
Now a leak suggests that the company has started the mass production of its scheduled smartphones as it targets to manufacture over 10 million units in the initial stage itself. Furthermore, the company’s Galaxy S8+ was also spotted on a benchmark website.
The South-Korean site Naver reports that Samsung plans on making a sale of over 10 million handsets in the first month itself. The company looks forward to expanding its focus on nations other than South Korea. Samsung is also rumoured to be preparing itself for a global launch.
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ was also spotted on GeekBench (model number SM-G955U). In the listing, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is also tipped to pack 4GB RAM and run on Android 7.0 Nougat.