Samsung’s much-anticipated flagship Galaxy S22 series is set to be released on February 9th, but with fewer than ten days to the event, new speculations about the company’s supply chain troubles have arisen, implying a probable launch delay.
According to recent speculations, the S22 flagship series will be available for pre-order immediately following the major event on February 9th. However, official sales for the S22 Ultra will be delayed until February 25th, while the vanilla S22 and S22+ variants will be ready for purchase on March 11th.
While the firm has yet to issue an official statement in response to the speculations, it appears that we’ll have to wait and watch which of the variations goes on sale.
In addition, after reporting its biggest quarterly profit in three years, Samsung said in a statement on Thursday that it anticipates component shortages to influence chip demand from select clients in the fourth quarter of 2022.
According to reports, despite global supply chain challenges that resulted in chip shortages and negatively impacted many businesses’ sales and profit margins, the company has emerged as the leading chip producer for 2021.
Previously, reports revealed that the Galaxy Tab S8 series will be released alongside the S22 series; however, with current rumours speculating on another supply chain issue, we’re still waiting to see if the Galaxy Tab S8 series will be available this month.