We have heard that Samsung is currently busy preparing its newest premium flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series. Rumor has it that Samsung will introduce its new smartphone in February, although Samsung has yet to confirm it.
Now! Now it’s answered. The South Korean electronics giant will indeed introduce the latest Samsung Galaxy S Series in February. This was revealed directly by TM Roh, President and Head of MX Business for Samsung Electronics through Samsung’s official blog.
Broadly speaking, Roh wrote that the next Unpacked event to be held by Samsung will be in February 2022. Roh also promised that, at Unpacked next month, we will see “the most important S series device” Samsung has ever made.
All of this sounds like a fairly transparent way to tease out the fact that the Note line, defunct in 2021, is making a comeback this year – but not as the Note line. In fact, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has been rumored to be adopting a design similar to the style of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, while incorporating a stylus.
In his post, Roh ended with the following sentence: “Get ready for the ultimate Ultra experience”. Yes! Of course we think it’s an affirmation from Samsung that the name of this next ultra high-end smartphone will come as the S22 Ultra and not the S22 Note, as has been rumored in various media in the past.
The device looks set to help users “have the night – take the best and brightest photos and videos ever taken with a smartphone”. Not only that, this smartphone will also be powerful all day with power, speed, and tools that can’t be found anywhere else.
There is also a written promise that users of this device will feel happy to be part of the Galaxy’s most sustainable ecosystem. Yes! Hopefully this is not an indication that the existing charging cable will also “disappear” from the box.