The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is due to launch next month as the South Korean tech giant gears up to launch its 2022 flagship smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra are expected to be unveiled at the company’s upcoming event. Samsung has already begun teasing the launch of these devices at its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event in February. The smartphones are expected to be equipped with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Exynos 2200 chips under the hood in different regions.
V Blog post On Thursday, Samsung President and Head of MX Business TM Roh teased the launch of the company’s upcoming Galaxy S22 series. “The next generation of Galaxy S is here, bringing together the best features of our Samsung Galaxy in one perfect device,” said Roh, calling this year’s smartphones the most “noteworthy” Galaxy S offering the company has created so far. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is speculated to have a built-in S Pen and replace the company’s Note line. The blog post also confirms the Galaxy Unpacked event in February.
Samsung also released a video teaser for the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, which doesn’t reveal too much about the smartphones expected to be released next month. Here’s a video:
Ro also talked about some of the features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, including brighter night photography and faster performance. According to the report, the upcoming Galaxy S22 series smartphone will also be greener. While Samsung has not given an official date for the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, Ice Universe leaker states that the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on February 8, while the launch date for China is February 9. This is in line with a previous report that also suggested a February 8 date for the next Galaxy Unpacked event.
Ahead of the launch of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series, tipster Dohyun Kim (@dohyun854) shared list of regions and chipsets that can be installed on smartphones. According to the leaker, the new Galaxy S22 series could be equipped with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC in East Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. Meanwhile, smartphones are expected to launch with the new Exynos 2200 SoC in Europe, while West Asia, Africa, and the Middle East may have a choice between either chipset, according to the leaker.