According to Yonhap News Agency, Samsung will bring the premium variant of the S8+ to other markets as well, but the South Korean giant will first look at the product sales of the base versions. Surely, the phone will sell like hot cakes in most of the countries, even after bearing steep price tags.
If the sales go on correctly, Samsung will bring the premium variant to markets such as the US, India, and other emerging markets. The 6GB of RAM Galaxy S8+ costs almost $1020 in South Korea, but the high price tag is due in large part of the Samsung DeX.
However, the report further suggests that the premium variant will come only by the end of this year and by that time, most of the flagship phones from the likes of Apple and Google will be launched. So, Samsung should bring it to other countries at the earliest. Both the Galaxy S8 and S8+ will go on sale in the US from April 21.