Samsung Galaxy S22 series reportedly enters mass production
A new report from WinFuture claims that Samsung has started mass producing components for the Galaxy S22 series and has encountered a small setback. That's usually normal when kicking off production of a new product. However, the rumor shares a bit more about the production process.
As per the new information, Samsung is now manufacturing components mainly for its Galaxy S22 and S22+ models in all of their variants while the S22 Ultra's production prioritizes the US variant. Sill, all handsets are on schedule for a January 2022 release, despite the current situation with the chip shortages.
There's still time, though, and plans are subject to change but it all seems that at least for now the company's next flagships are on track.
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- 11 Dec 2021
I am sorry, but you are not right. Fact: the price for copper is higher than cold due to shortage of ressources. The price for copper has gone up due to demands from the tech industry.
- 29 Nov 2021
there is no chip shortage, the companies just want to charge higher prices for low powered devices. make a profit
- 07 Nov 2021
i think it looks good