The Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra, Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones, are expected to be released on February 8.
According to Korea’s Digital Daily (via Engadget), a Samsung representative confirmed the date and stated that invites will be sent out at the end of January.
The Galaxy S22 series phones will be available for pre-order on February 9 following the event, with sales beginning on February 24. The products will also be on display during the Mobile World Congress, which begins on February 28 in Barcelona.
None of this has been confirmed by Samsung’s official lines of communication. The date, on the other hand, is consistent with Samsung’s past Galaxy S series debuts, which have occurred in either January or February.
According to rumors, Samsung’s Galaxy S22 phones will be equipped with either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor or Samsung’s own Exynos 2200 processor.
Earlier this month, a photograph of the Galaxy S22 Ultra was revealed by Evan Blass. If the image is genuine, the device will resemble the Galaxy Note series more than the S series in terms of appearance, with strongly rounded edges on the sides and a flat top and bottom, as well as support for Samsung’s S-Pen.
Samsung recently released the Galaxy S21 FE, a $699 smartphone that is essentially a scaled-down version of the Galaxy S21 from last year. On January 11, that device will be available for purchase.