South Korean tech giant Samsung is expected to launch the upcoming “Galaxy S22” flagship series in the first quarter of next year. But a new report coming from South Korea now says that the smartphones will be released earlier than the timeframe specified. The reason for this delay is believed to be due to continuing supply chain problems. Many smartphones have been affected by the ongoing shortage of chips as reported by GizmoChina.
Pre-orders for Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series were anticipated to launch the 8th of February in South Korea. However, sales were expected to start on February 18. Samsung is believed to be launching three new devices: S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Samsung Galaxy S22 will follow the layout of a vertical triple camera that is located in the left-hand corner of an island which is linked to the frame and the LED flash is situated on the right.
Samsung hopes to sell about fourteen millions Samsung Galaxy S22 units. In the same way, it is expected that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus and the Galaxy S22 Ultra are expected to hit the eight million or 11 million, respectively and 11 million, respectively. The coming Galaxy S22 series Indian variant will not use the next-gen Exynos to use an Snapdragon SoC for the first time in the region.