We recently heard that Samsung would have canceled the development of the Galaxy S22 FE and there would be no “Fan Edition” smartphone for this year. A new report from Korea gives the reasons for the cancellation, claiming that both the lack of chips and the increased demand for the Galaxy S22 Ultra pushed Samsung to make the decision.
The report ensures that, although the Samsung Galaxy S22 FE will not see the light, there are still plans for the Galaxy S23 FE that would arrive sometime next year.
Good sales of the most powerful flagship of the Galaxy S22 series, which included the S Pen stylus to replace the defunct Galaxy Note series, has convinced Samsung to redirect resources in favor of the S22 Ultra, despite having planned to make at least three million units of the Galaxy S22 FE.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra would march steadily towards the goal of 10 million units sold and Samsung plans to sell 30 percent more during 2023 with the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the true flagship of the Galaxy S22 series, being the successor to both the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra incorporating the S Pen stylus. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen with QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Inside, we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor for the USA, China and India, while the rest of the world receives the variant with Exynos 2200, in both cases with up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is powered by a 5,000mAh battery with support for 45W wired fast charging and 15W wireless charging. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a set of four rear cameras, with the main 108MP, 12MP ultrawide, a 10MP telephoto camera and a 10MP periscopic telephoto camera, while the selfie camera is 40MP and completes its features with speakers. stereo, water resistance, fingerprint reader under the screen and runs Android 12.
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