According to the latest info, rumors revealed that the Galaxy S22 series will be released in December 2021 or January 2022, while a recent report suggests Samsung hopes the standard Galaxy S22 will account for more than half of the series’ sales. It’s the first time when the company has clearly stated its sales expectations for a certain version.
Samsung expects Galaxy S22 heavy sales
South Korean media outlet TheElec, also said, Samsung expects that sales of the base variant of the Galaxy S22 will account for 50% to 60% of the total sales of the series. At the same time, the Galaxy S22+ could account for 20% of the total series, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will only account for 20% to 30%.
Reportedly, the Galaxy S20 accounts for 40% of S20 series sales, S20+ accounts for 40% to 45%, and S20 Ultra only accounts for 10% to 15%. If we talk about the S21 series, the Galaxy S21 accounts for 40% of the series’ sales, while S21+ and S21 Ultra each account for 30%.
However, the report also suggests that the Korean tech giant has lowered the overall sales expectations of the Galaxy S22 series from 30 million units of the Galaxy S21 series to 20 million units. We don’t know the reason behind less sales expectations, but the chip shortage could be forcing Samsung.
Galaxy S22 Ultra with S Pen + Slot
Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to be equipped with a Super AMOLED display with a center punch-hole cutout. The phone also has four rear cameras with periscope telephoto, and its lens module adopts an irregular design, which is highly recognizable. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra can be used with the S Pen, which can be placed on the left side of the phone