Samsung is anticipated to introduce the Galaxy S series with two chipsets this year. Qualcomm platform in some areas, and the Exynos 2200 in others for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
There were reports that Samsung was having problems with its own chipset, but those difficulties appear to have been resolved, and Europe will continue to utilise the Samsung-made Exynos 2200. The proof is in the shape of store listings from all throughout the Europe.
According to previously revealed Geekbench listings, the SM-S901B, SM-S906B, and SM-908B are all packed with the unannounced new Exynos.
SM-S901E, SM-S906E, and SM-S908E are the letters at the end of the Qualcomm chip, which is normally reserved for the United States, South Korea, and China.
Although there are no specs or official photographs yet, retailers such as Zanetti Shop and Epto in Italy have already created their pages.
There is a price of €1,190 for a Galaxy S22+ 8/128 GB device, however we hope this is only a placeholder because it would be a whopping €150 rise over the predecessors.