Retailers across Europe offer powered by Exynos Galaxy S22 series. Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy S series with two chipsets. The Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra will get the Qualcomm platform in a few markets, while the rest will come with the most recent Exynos 2200. There are indications that Samsung is having problems with its chipset.
Retailers across Europe offer powered by Exynos Galaxy S22 series
However, these are removed, and Europe will remain with the Exynos 2200, which Samsung manufactures. Evidence is in sales listings for retail stores all over the EU. These models SM-S901B, SM-S906B, and SM-908B, have yet to be released new Exynos according to previously published Geekbench listings.
This Qualcomm chip, normally used for the United States, South Korea and China, is expected to have an additional letter at the end of the name – S901E, SM-906E, and the SM-S908E. Retailers such as Zanetti Shop and Opto in Italy have already created their websites, though there aren’t any specifications or official images available yet. There’s a price of 1,190 euros for a Samsung S22+ 8/128 GB; however we’re hoping it’s a placeholder. Otherwise, it’s an enormous EUR150 rise over the previous.