Digital Desk, Seoul. Samsung is all ready to launch its new top-of-the line smartphone S22 range on Feb. 9. According to a new report, that the launch for the Galaxy S22 phone may reportedly be delayed because of supply chain problems. According to a well-known tipter John Prosser, Samsung is facing supply-side issues which could cause delays to the first sales dates for the forthcoming Galaxy S22 phone, reports GSMArena.
It is expected that the Galaxy S22 series is expected to be available for pre-order after the big launch on February 9 however, the official sale of models like the S22 Ultra will be postponed to February 25 , and March 11 for S22 Plus and S22 Plus variants.
In the last month Samsung announced the registration process for the upcoming Galaxy S22 series of smartphones that offer perks such as the $50 credit that comes as a bonus offer. With regards to specifications Samsung’s standard Galaxy S22 will sport a 6.1-inch display. The Galaxy S22 Plus will sport a 6.6-inch display. Instead of the standard 12MP camera and the S22 plus and S22 Plus are expected to include a 50MP Samsung G5 sensor as the main camera.
It is also believed that the 10MP selfie camera will be being used. Under the under the hood is Samsung’s Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra are expected to feature two processors. Samsung’s internal Exynos 2200 chip may be the power behind the Galaxy S22 series in certain locations. Samsung generally employs Snapdragon for its Snapdragon US however, Exynos is utilized in a variety of international markets. Galaxy S22 Ultra Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature an ultra-clear lens on its main camera of 108MP.