We have a full month before Mobile World Congress 2016 kicks off in Barcelona. That’s when we’re expecting several big’uns to arrive on the mobile flagship stage. It’s been a topsy-turvy roundabout for Samsung watchers, though, as tidbits have been dropping about the Galaxy S7 for the longest time, perhaps even longer than what we’ve dealt with for the HTC One M8.

Want it to be over? Evan Blass has a date to look out for:

We shouldn’t be complicit to the fact that Evan Blass didn’t put in “S7” on the tweet — after all, a few extra characters wouldn’t take him over 140. But in all likelihood, we may learn more about purchasing and shipping timelines for the S7 and S7 edge if and when Samsung presents invitations to the media for its next Unpacked event around MWC time.

We should acknowledge that Cory Gunther of GottaBeMobile replied to Blass in the same thread suggesting a March 4th US launch.

Via: XDA-Developers

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