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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy S22 launch dates confirmed?

Samsung will reportedly host two Unpacked events in the January-February window
By Sanuj Bhatia November 9, 2021, 1:34 am

Believe it or not, Samsung is still looking to launch the Galaxy S21 FE. Even though we've been hearing about its launch for a very long time, the smartphone has been delayed a number of times. It’s to the point that we now nearly know everything about the smartphone — the only thing that’s left is for Samsung to officially launch it. A report previously claimed that Samsung was looking to launch the S21 FE in January next year. Now, according to a leak by Jon Prosser, Samsung will host two Unpacked events — one in January and February — to launch the Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy S22.

According to Jon Prosser, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S21 FE at its January 2022 Unpacked event. He claims that the event will be hosted on January 4, 2022, and the smartphone will be available from January 11, 2022. There will be no pre-order period for Galaxy S21 FE, says Prosser.

Then, almost a month later, Samsung will host its second Unpacked event of 2022 to introduce the Galaxy S22 series. Jon says that the second Unpacked event has been scheduled for February 8th, 2022, and will be live-streamed from 10:00 AM ET. The Galaxy S22 series will be available for pre-order on the announcement day, i.e., February 8. The smartphone will then start shipping in about ten days' time — from February 18, 2022.

Over the past couple of weeks, many leaks and rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series have also popped up. Jon posted a picture of real-life images of a working unit of the Galaxy S22 Ultra just a few days ago which showed that the smartphone will feature an S Pen slot. Leaks about the chipset of the next Galaxy S smartphone have also surfaced, in addition to the renders.

What are your expectations from the Galaxy S21 FE and the Galaxy S22 series? Let us know in the comments section below!

Via: GSMArena

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