Samsung won't unveil its Galaxy S8 flagship phone at Mobile World Congress, but it will use the trade show to announce the phone's launch date.
Dong-jin Koh, Samsung's head of mobile, told the Korean press that he'll confirm the release date on 27th February, which is the first day of Mobile World Congress.
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The South Korean firm is also expected to show a short teaser video for the smartphone during its press conference.
Samsung usually launches its next flagship Galaxy S phone at the trade show, but this year it's breaking with tradition.
Rumours indicate it will instead launch the phone at a separate event in New York City on 29th March.
The handset is expected to go on sale by mid-April.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 will undoubtedly be one of the biggest phone launches of the year. It's expected to undergo a redesign that sees the screen take up most of the front of the handset.
Samsung is also thought to be working on its own personal A.I assistant called Bixby.
Think: Siri or Google Assistant, but with a Samsung twist. Speculation suggests Bixby will support more languages than Google Assistant at launch.
Noted leaker Evan Blass has also said Samsung will launch a Galaxy S8+, which will have a bigger screen than the standard S8. Hopefully all will be revealed before too long.
Hankyung via SamMobile