Finally, the seal fell on all speculations! It has long been rumored that Samsung’s high-end flagship smartphone series Galaxy S22 (Galaxy S22) will be launched in early 2022, just like any other year; A few days ago, a tipstar claimed that Samsung Galaxy S22 phones will be screened at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked (Galaxy Unpacked) event on February 8. The company has also confirmed that Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 + (Galaxy S22 Plus) and Galaxy S22 Ultra (Galaxy S22 Ultra) handsets will be launched at the upcoming event today. Although Samsung did not give them a date for the event. Note that Samsung smartphones are expected to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (Snapdragon ৮ Gen 1) and Exynos 2200 (Exynos 2200) processors.
Official teaser of Samsung Galaxy S22 series released
In a blog post on Thursday, Samsung president and MX business chief TM Roh teased the launch of the company’s upcoming Galaxy S22 series. According to Rohr, this year’s smartphones will be the company’s most “significant” Galaxy S-Series. The ‘Ultra’ model will have an inbuilt S Pen and this series will replace the company’s note lineup. Needless to say, the blog post also confirmed that there will be a Galaxy Unpacked event in February. Samsung has also released a video teaser for the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event. Earlier, Tipstar Ice Universe reported that the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event is likely to be held on February 8.
Some features of Samsung Galaxy Ultra leaked in the teaser
Features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra phone have come out from the teaser released by Roh. In that case, it looks like Bright Night Photography and Fast Performance will be available on this phone. In addition, the smartphone will be more durable than its predecessors.
Before the launch of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series, another tipstar Dohyun Kim (dohyun854) shared a list of chipsets of these phones across the region. According to Tipster, the new series will feature the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor in East Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania and North and South America. It has already been confirmed that the smartphones launched in Europe will come with the new Exynos 2200 processor. It is expected that models from West Asia, Africa and the Middle East will have the option to choose one of these chipsets.