Update: While today is the launch day of the Samsung Galaxy S22, at least in some countries around the world, we’ve heard reports that not everyone receives their device on time.
in our area Full report on the topicIn this article, we’ve broken down several different reports of people whose estimated shipping dates have been delayed, including on many different devices (including the Tab S8 range) and various different dates.
So, if you pre-ordered your device, it may not arrive today. Our original story follows below.
Original story: If you are hoping to get a file Samsung Galaxy S22 Today may be the day, as the entire range can be – including Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus And the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra It is for sale now.
Or at least in the US, and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is now also available in the UK, but this phone won’t be coming to Australia until March 3. The UK and Australia will have to wait a bit for the other models, with the standard Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus arriving in Australia on March 3 and the UK on March 11.
So if you’re in the US and have pre-ordered any of these phones, they should show up at your doorstep today, with UK orders for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra doing the same.
If you haven’t ordered yet, there may still be some waiting, as these phones are in high demand, so you may find there is a wait to receive them depending on which configuration you choose.
This is not surprising, as the Samsung Galaxy S22 range is the most popular phone so far this year, and will likely remain so until iPhone 14 Scope arrives in September.
Arguably they deserve to be this high too, particularly the S22 Ultra, which we gave 4.5 stars in our review, praising its amazing cameras and zoom, excellent S Pen, and silky smooth screen.
Analysis: Other phones are on the horizon
While the Samsung Galaxy S22 range appears to be the flagship to beat right now, it has plenty of competition on the way.
It includes OnePlus 10 Pro, which has already been revealed, but so far only for China. This has a high-end chipset, a 6.7-inch QHD+ display, a triple-lens camera tuned by Hasselblad, and more, likely joined by a standard OnePlus 10 When it is launched globally.
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