Although Samsung Galaxy S22 series is not yet officially confirmed by the brand as of yet. But we know that it is going to launch soon. As quite a lot of leaks and rumours surrounding the series have surfaced online. Now, as its’ probable launch timeline is inching closer, the rumours around its launch date are also surfacing. A report claims that the lineup will launch in early February, in line with earlier rumours.
According to reports, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will be introduced at the Galaxy Unpacked event next month. However, there is no confirmation on the lineup of products launching. But it is confirmed that the new flagship series will launch at the event.
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Samsung Galaxy S22 series launch timeline hinted
According to a report from DDaily, a South Korean publication, the event will be held on February 8, 2022. However, pre-registration for the purchase of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will start the next day. From February 9, 2022 customers can pre-register to purchase the phone. Meanwhile, the phones will go on regular sale starting February 24, 2022.
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Furthermore, the report also mentions that a Samsung official has confirmed the launch of the series. As of now, they are discussing the time of the invitation to be sent in late January. Now, this is in line with what John Prosser claimed back in November 2021. The tipster said Samsung was going to hold a Galaxy Unpacked event on February 8, 2022 – where it would take the wraps off of the new Galaxy series.
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In separate news, Samsung has reportedly decided to stop the Note series production from this year. Although its S-Pen may continue its legacy with Galaxy S22 Ultra. Renders and leaks have suggested the same things in the past few months. Right now, this is what we know of the launch date for the series. We will know for sure as the company confirms.