Samsung’s Galaxy S7 now rumored to launch in Europe on March 11

By | 29th January 2016

March is looking like a probably launch month for Samsung’s upcoming flagship(s), if the rumors swirling around one particular date pan out, that is.

Earlier in the month, a rumor surfaced that suggested the Galaxy S7, and more than likely the Galaxy S7 edge, will launch on Friday, March 11, in the United States. Now that same date has surfaced yet again, this time suggesting the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge could see a rollout begin in Europe on the same date.

The rumor comes from a tweet from serial leaker, Shai Mizrachi, who has delivered some credible information in the past. While neither the launch in the United States or Europe has been confirmed by Samsung just yet, if the two reports are accurate, this would essentially mean a widespread launch for Samsung’s upcoming devices.

It would also pan out with a reveal for both handsets at Mobile World Congress at the tail-end of February.

We’re still waiting for Samsung to even confirm they have an Unpacked event planned for the conference, but those usually land at the start of February, so it shouldn’t be too much longer to wait. Are you looking forward to seeing what Samsung brings to the table with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge?