Samsung Galaxy S22 Series India Launch Timeline Tipped

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series smartphones’ India launch timeline has been tipped, courtesy of a noted leaker. The South Korean tech behemoth is prepping to unveil the Galaxy S22 series at the impending Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event on February 9. Furthermore, Samsung is likely to launch three flagship smartphones under the Galaxy S22 series. The company will be announcing the Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S222 Ultra, and Galaxy S222+.

Following the global announcement, Samsung will be divulging pricing and availability details of the Galaxy S22 series devices for different regions However, a new leak suggests that Samsung will not be bringing the S22 lineup into the Indian market immediately after the global announcement. Let’s check out the Samsung Galaxy S22 series India launch timeline, key specs, and other details.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Series India Launch

A new leak suggests that the hotly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S22 series smartphones are likely to launch in India in March 2022. Moreover, Samsung could shed more light on the lineup’s availability in the country after the global launch. This shred of information comes from reputed leaker Yogesh Brar. Regrettably, Brar did not mention the exact India launch date in his tweet. Also, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will reportedly go on sale in some countries in February. Likewise, the Galaxy S22 and the S22+ will go on sale starting from March 11.

There is a possibility that the Galaxy S22 Series India launch could be set for around the same time. Ahead of the launch, the upcoming S22 series of devices have been floating around the rumor mill. Aside from that, they have been multiple appearances online in the form of leaks lately. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone’s promo video and marketing images leaked online last month. Let’s take a look at these leaked details.

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What To Expect?

As mentioned, the Galaxy S22 models have made appearances online in the past in the form of leaked images. According to a report by Pricebaba, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will pack the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor under the hood in India. Earlier reports claim that Samsung will be launching the phones with 4nm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or an Exynos 2200 SoC based on the region of launch. Furthermore, the phones will boot Android 12 OS with a layer of OneUI 4.1 on top.

Galaxy S22 UItra



The highest-end S22 Ultra variant will come with a 6.8-inch AMOLED curved display that offers a 120Hz refresh rate and a 2K resolution. Moreover, the screen delivers 1750 nits of peak brightness and has Corning Gorilla Glass Victus+ on top for additional protection. Aside from that, the screen features a hole-punch cutout in the center to accommodate the front shooter. For optics, the Ultra houses a 108MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide sensor, and a 10MP telephoto lens at the back. Upfront, the phone features a 40MP camera for selfies and video calling.

Other Details

A robust 5000mAh battery unit that supports 45W fast charging will be powering up the entire system. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ will come with a triple rear camera setup. The handsets will have a 50MP main camera, along with a 12MP ultrawide sensor and a 10MP telephoto sensor with 3X zoom support. Furthermore, the phone has a 10MP front-mounted shooter for capturing selfies and video calling. The Galaxy S22 sports a 6.1-inch display with Full HD+ resolution.

Galaxy S22 Ultra

However, the Galaxy S22+ gets a slightly larger 6.6-inch AMOLED display. Both the S22 and the S22+ models offer 1300 nits of peak brightness and a 120Hz refresh rate. In addition to that, the S22 draws its juices from a 3700mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging, while the Plus model uses a 4500mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging.

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