an advanced release date, despite the uncertainties

The next flagship of Samsung is more and more talking about him. A source is now advancing a launch date, as uncertainties around the shortage persist.

Render of the Samsung Galaxy S22 // Source: OnLeaks x Zouton

When will the Samsung Galaxy S22 be launched? Every year, rumors multiply around the launch date of the new Galaxy S. This time, the shortage adds its two cents and makes the launch of the smartphone even more uncertain.

The presentation of the last two Galaxy S dates back to January 2021 for the Galaxy S21, and February 2020 for the Galaxy S20. Beyond the presentation of the product, it is marketing that we are now talking about.

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A commercial launch in February

Jon Prosser, who is no longer presented, has indeed gone from his little tweet to accurately predict the release date of the smartphone and the start of pre-orders.

Samsung Galaxy S22 👀

Pre-order on February 8, 2022
Launch on February 18, 2022

— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) November 5, 2021

As you can read in this tweet accompanied by a photo of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the smartphone would be launched on February 18, 2022, and the start of pre-orders would be scheduled for February 8, 2022.

Remember that it is always difficult to give all our credit to the affirmations of Jon Prosser. He was able to accurately reveal a lot of information about the Pixels, but was repeatedly wrong about rumors around Apple. He got it wrong, for example, on the design of the Apple Watch Series 7, or the presentation date of the MacBook Pro.

If we add to this the uncertainty caused by the shortage, which can make one think that even at Samsung the dates change regularly, we will keep these dates in mind with a grain of salt.

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