Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S22 launch date is confirmed. The company will launch the new Galaxy S-series device at its Unpacked event in February 2022. In the past few hours, the Korean tech giant shared the news confirming the arrival of the next-gen Galaxy S-series smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Launch Information
However, the company has not revealed the date chosen for the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event (according to rumors, it should be scheduled between 8 and 9 February). It was TM Roh, President & Head of MX Business of Samsung, who gave us a small preview of what we can expect from the new generation of flagship smartphones of the Korean giant.
“At Unpacked in February 2022, we’ll introduce you to the most noteworthy S series device we’ve ever created. The next generation of Galaxy S is here, bringing together the greatest experiences of our Samsung Galaxy into one ultimate device.”
TM Roh recalls that with each new evolution of Samsung Galaxy devices the company has introduced “features that redefine the entire mobile category” and that is what is about to happen once again.
The executive does not seem to have any doubts when he claims that the most impressive Galaxy S series model ever created to date will be presented in February. A device capable of bringing together the greatest experiences that the Korean giant has been able to offer to date: the reference is to Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, a phone that among other things will be able to count on S Pen (as the models of the Galaxy Note series have done for years exclusively).
TM Roh concludes his speech:
“With it, you will be the master of the night, taking photos and recording the best and brightest videos you have ever captured with a phone. You’ll also dominate the day with power, speed, and tools you can’t find anywhere else. You’ll enjoy cutting-edge innovations made possible through the smartest Galaxy experience ever, all while feeling good as part of the most sustainable Galaxy ecosystem. And yes, you’ll help Samsung rewrite the future of smartphones once again.”