After rumors and speculations, Samsung finally revealed the MSRP and availability details of its latest flagship phone series, the Galaxy S22. And it turns out that the rumors — at least some — were correct. Meaning the Galaxy S22 series is available for pre-order from February 9, but the Galaxy S22 Ultra will ship sooner than the other two models.
Customers can pre-order the Galaxy S22 series in key markets starting today. The base model is available in Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green, and Pink Gold.
The Galaxy S22+ can be purchased in the same color options as the base model, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra is available in Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green, and Burgundy.
Galaxy S22 series release and price details
Samsung will start shipping the Galaxy S22 Ultra to customers from February 25. And, of course, customers who’ll miss the pre-order window will be able to order the S22 Ultra outright beginning February 25.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ will ship to customers (and hit the shelves) a couple of weeks later, on March 11. Here’s what they cost:
- Galaxy S22 — 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage: $799 / £769 / €849.
- Galaxy S22 — 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage: £819 / €899.
The Galaxy S22+ has similar memory configurations:
- Galaxy S22+ — 8+128GB: $999 / £949 / €1,049.
- Galaxy S22+ — 8+256GB: £999 / €1,099.
Last but certainly not least — especially since it’s coming to the market first — the Galaxy S22 Ultra, complete with a built-in S Pen.
- Galaxy S22 Ultra — 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage: $1,199 / £1,149 / €1,249.
- Galaxy S22 Ultra — 12+256GB: £1,249 / €1,349.
- Galaxy S22 Ultra — 12+512GB: £1,329 / €1,449.
If you followed our exclusive reports, you may have also heard that Samsung is launching an online-exclusive 1TB model with 12GB of RAM. It’s not available in every market, but where it is, it’s priced at £1,499 / €1,649.
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