The Samsung Galaxy S22 is one of the most anticipated flagship lines for next year. The increased interest in these devices is primarily due to the fact that one of the device versions will receive an Exynos 2200 chip, which should offer graphics from AMD. We still have a little more than two months of leaks, if you focus on insider information about the time of the debut of the line.
But already today, insiders are ready to name those price tags that they may ask for the new devices. Network insider @TheGalox_ announced that the price tag for the Galaxy S22 will start at $ 849, but for the Galaxy S22 + they will ask $ 1,049 for it. In the case of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, you need to be ready to pay $ 1299 for the smartphone. Those. on average, the price tag will rise by $ 50-100. At the same time, the source emphasized that already in the basic version, the Galaxy S22 + and Galaxy S22 Ultra will offer 256 GB of memory.
We are waiting for the premiere of the Samsung Galaxy S22 at the end of January or next February. All three new items will receive AMOLED displays with an increased refresh rate, up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage, batteries with a capacity of at least 4000 mAh and support for fast charging up to 45 W. The company should release the new device in two variants of the hardware platform: Snapdragon 898 and Exynos 2200.+
$799, $999 & $1199
Maybe a $50 increase on base and plus at maximum, bigger model could see up to a $100 increase.
Keep in mind, Plus and Ultra are expected to have 256gb of base storage pic.twitter.com/kwHs4u21mH
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) November 11, 2021
Samsung leads the smartphone market in Q3 2021
The International Data Corporation (IDC) has released statistics on the global smartphone market in the third quarter of this year. Shipments of smartphone devices have declined.
Also, between July and September inclusive, 331.2 million smartphones were sold globally. For comparison: a year earlier shipments were equal to 354.9 million units.
Thus, the fall in annual terms was about 6.7%. This situation is primarily due to the shortage of electronic components. Difficulties with the production of components hit a wide variety of industries. Including computers and household appliances, the automotive industry, server equipment, etc.
The largest player in the smartphone market in the third quarter was the South Korean giant Samsung with a 20.8% share. In second place is Apple, with approximately 15.2% of the global market. The Chinese Xiaomi closes the top three with a share of 13.4%.