Samsung appears to have finalized the pricing for the Galaxy S22 series, as per Roland Quandt. According to the tipster, the forthcoming flagships could cost between €849 and €1,449. However, it is worth noting that Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra will be priced at €1,049 and €1,249, respectively. Quandt further adds that Samsung will release the following variants of the Galaxy S22 series:
It is clear from the above list that Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will not arrive in the 512GB variant. On top of that, they won’t feature a microSD card slot. So you have to buy the Galaxy S22 Ultra if you need more storage than 256GB. Moreover, Galaxy S22 Ultra is the only device to feature 12GB of RAM in the Galaxy S22 series.
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Pricing seems to be lower than last year
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ might arrive in the same price segment as that of last year’s models. On the other hand, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 8GB+128GB variant is €50 cheaper than last year’s Galaxy S21 Ultra. Plus, the 256GB and 512GB variants are a bit more costly this year than last year’s model, as per Quandt. However, the addition of 12GB of RAM justifies this price uplift.
Anyways, Quandt has not talked about the 16GB RAM+ 1TB storage variant of S22 Ultra. Reports suggest that all Galaxy S22 models will arrive in Europe featuring Exynos 2200.
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