Samsung could present its Galaxy S22 range in February

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According to a South Korean media, the Samsung Unpacked will take place next month. The Galaxy S22 range is expected to be presented at this event

At the end of 2021 some rumors began to emerge about the successor of the Galaxy S21. Now it was revealed when he would be samsung event where the Galaxy S22 range.

According to the South Korean website Digital Daily, the Samsung Unpacked it will take place next month. According to the media, it will be next Tuesday, February 8, when the South Korean company will have its virtual event.


The report stated that the press will receive the invitations to the event in the last days of January. The company is expected to introduce three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S22: the “standard” and the Plus and Ultra models.

In case the range is presented as expected Galaxy S22, the pre-sale is expected to begin the next day and the smartphone could hit the market on February 24. But it remains to be seen if these dates would only correspond to South Korea or other countries are included.

This is not such a far-fetched idea, considering that last year Samsung presented the Galaxy S21 in mid-January, and went on sale at the end of the same month.

However this year the strategy was different and set aside the first month of the year for only one device. During the CES Samsung introduced the Galaxy S21 FE.

Rumors about the new range of Samsung

Some leaks have indicated that the Galaxy S22 have a design similar to that of the S21 and S21 +, with a 6 ″ screen in the case of the standard S22 and 6.5 ″ in the S22 +.

“In some countries the Galaxy S22 would use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, from Qualcomm, while in others they would adopt the expected Exynos 2200 of their own production”


However, the model that has generated the most expectation is the Galaxy S22 Ultra since it would be the successor to the Galaxy Note family and would arrive with an S Pen inside.

So far Samsung has not confirmed any event so you will have to wait for the company to talk about your event.

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