Samsung Galaxy S22 series may launch on February 9
The upcoming Galaxy S22 series will allegedly launch on February 9, 2022. The Galaxy Tab S8 series is also expected to tag along on the same day.
According to a Twitter user who goes by the handle TechInsiderBlog, Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked 2022 website provided a brief itinerary for the event. Calendar invitations for Google, Outlook, and Yahoo were purportedly featured on the site in question.
It appears that the event would begin at 15:00 UTC (8:30 pm IST) on February 9, the same time as the confirmation message from the Instagram ad that supposedly confirmed registration.
A separate China launch may take place on February 9 instead of the expected date of February 8 for Galaxy Unpacked.
WinFuture has predicted the European pricing of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. The Samsung Galaxy S22 8GB RAM + 128GB storage model would cost EUR 849 (approximately Rs 71,700). Additionally, the phone is said to come in an 8GB + 256GB model for EUR 899 (roughly Rs 76,000).
Comparatively, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus is expected to start at EUR 1,049 (approximately Rs 88,600) for the 8GB + 128GB model and EUR 1,099 for the 8GB + 256GB model (roughly Rs 92,600). The price ranges from EUR 1,249 (approximately Rs 1,05,500) to EUR 1,499 (roughly Rs 1,14,00) for the various versions of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
A separate Weibo tipster has published an infographic that reveals the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s features. In addition to 512GB of internal storage and a 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2x display with up to 1500 nits of peak brightness, the new flagship is said to offer other capabilities.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to have a base 12GB RAM and 128GB storage option, as well as the 12GB+256GB and 16GB+512GB choices. A 6.8-inch HDR10+ Dynamic AMOLED 2x display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz would be included, as will be a 108MP rear quad camera setup.
A new S-Pen stylus has been added to the phone, which claims to have a latency of 2.8 milliseconds. Therefore, the S22 Ultra will be the new Note, if that makes sense.