Galaxy S22 Series

The company’s launch plans for the past two years have been unusual, but it seems like Samsung might return to the routine with its next flagship. Samsung’s annual flagship mobiles launch is often the biggest tech event of the year. We may soon be able to see these new gadgets.

The company’s launching plans over the past two years have been unusual, but BGR reports that it may be returning to the routine with its next flagship. According to a new report, the Galaxy S22 could be released on February 8.

According to the report, pre-orders for the three Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones are possible starting February 9. Sales are expected to start on February 24. According to the publication, Samsung “verified” the date by “Galaxy Unpacked 2222,” which will be done digitally online.

Although invitations will be distributed later in the month, it is not clear if there will also be an in-person component. MWC 2022 could open the doors to in-person screenings later in the month.

This Samsung flagship series’ most distinctive feature is the processor.

The Galaxy S22 will run either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Exynos 2200 SoC, depending on where it is located. Samsung will likely end the Note series with its next Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. It will feature iconic features like S Pen compatibility.

It is possible that the Ultra model’s title will change this time. According to Roland Quandt, the Ultra model will allow 45W charging. The Galaxy Tab S8 series will include three models, including the super-sized Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.