Galaxy S7 could steal 4-inch iPhone’s thunder with a March 11 release

The Galaxy S7 might arrive in the U.S. on March 11th. Photo: Jermaine Smit

The Galaxy S7 might arrive in the U.S. on March 11th. Photo: Jermaine Smit

We’ve heard a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S7 in the past few months. We know it will look like the Galaxy S6, but have big spec bumps , a better camera and battery. It’ll probably rip-off some of the new iPhone’s best features, and arrive in March.

But when in March? We now have an exact date, from reputable leaker of Android smartphone news. Expect the Samsung Galaxy S7 to land in the ides of March, roughly around the same time as Apple is expected to unveil its latest iPhone, the iPhone 5se.

Noted  smartphone leaker Evan Blass says on Twitter that he knows the exact date of the Samsung Galaxy S7 release in the United States:


That means Samsung’s next flagship phone will be revealed in late February, most likely. That could happen at Mobile World Congress, which traditionally takes places in February in Barcelona, at an official ‘Unpacked’ event. Or it could happen in New York, where many other Galaxy smartphone reveals have happened.

Of course, this is hardly officialy, but Blass has proven time and time again he knows what is coming down the pipeline, and when. I’d be surprised if he was wrong about this date, so if you’re a Samsung fan, put it in your calendar.

Source: Twitter