Samsung plans to introduce its Galaxy S22 range of smartphones in early February. In the past few weeks, some details about the devices have already leaked.
While Samsung is just launching the Galaxy S21 FE , the new Galaxy S22 series is also in the starting blocks. The smartphones could even be officially presented on February 8, as the Korean magazine Digital Daily reports (via Engadget ). A company spokesman told the site: "We can confirm that the event will take place on February 8th and plan to send out the invitations for it at the end of January."
New Exynos chip with AMD graphics
As part of the "Unpacked" event, Samsung will most likely present the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra models. It is known about smartphones that they will very likely be equipped with the new Samsung Exynos 2200 chip , which is the first to have a graphics unit from AMD. In the USA, however, the manufacturer will equip the devices with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
Galaxy S22 Ultra with an impressive camera setup
The Galaxy S22 Ultra should also be reminiscent of the devices in the now discontinued Note series and come with an S Pen that can also be stowed in the casing of the smartphone. In addition, the device should have a so-called "Super Clear Lens" , which means that the camera lenses should be protected with a special glass from the manufacturer Corning. In addition to a 108-megapixel main sensor, the device should have a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and two zoom lenses with three and ten times magnification.
Samsung is expected to present more details – including the two other Galaxy S22 models – on February 8th. The manufacturer will then probably also reveal the prices.