Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series has been confirmed to be released on February 9. The company has sent out invites to the Galaxy Unpacked event that will take place on February 9, 2022. The Samsung invite comes with a large “S” inside a glass cube that rotates to reveal “22”. “The Epic Standard,” reads the invite, teasing the launch event of the upcoming Galaxy S22 series. A clip on Twitter also hints at S-Pen support, as we can hear the scribble sound effect in the teaser. The invite says the event will be streamed live on Samsung.com and we expect to see the new Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series has been leaked and a Samsung executive hinted in a blog post last week that the company will launch the new Galaxy S22 series next month. Rumors had already suggested a February 9 launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, but Samsung’s latest invite confirms that the event will take place on February 9. Samsung says the Galaxy Unpacked event for the S22 series will begin on February 9 at 10AM ET (8:30PM IST).
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series has been in the news a lot in recent months. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is said to be the most anticipated smartphone in the series. It is expected to replace the Galaxy Note series and will come with an S-Pen slot. Some reports even say that the Galaxy S22 Ultra could be called the Galaxy S22 Note at launch.
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The Samsung Galaxy S22, on the other hand, is expected to come with a 6.1-inch display, with the Galaxy S22+ being a larger version of the vanilla Galaxy S22. Samsung had started taking pre-orders for the “next Galaxy smartphone”, the Galaxy S22 series, last week.
The latest blog post from a Samsung executive said the company is bringing a professional camera that could take mobile photography out of the dark, among other innovations that Samsung has enabled in the past. He also talks about night photography, which is reported to be a taste of the Samsung Galaxy S22’s low-light photography and video.
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