Samsung confirms: Exynos 2200 starts with Galaxy S22!

Those who follow Samsung’s news closely had the launch of the Exynos 2200 marked on their calendars yesterday. Curiously, however, the Korean giant has not revealed anything and has not even mentioned the matter. Of course, this caused a lot of conversation on the Internet. However, today Samsung revealed to the world that the Exynos 2200 is arriving with the Galaxy S22! But in the end what happened?

Samsung confirms: Exynos 2200 starts with Galaxy S22!

In the United States, the Galaxy S22 arrives with Qualcomm’s new bet. However, here and in other international markets we will have the Exynos 2200. It’s a chipset that’s already in development, and Samsung promises to be their most impressive yet. However, nothing was revealed yesterday, which has sparked a lot of conversation.

Exynos 2200

As revealed by several users on Twitter, not only did the announcement of the Exynos 2200 come about, but the official Samsung account also quietly deleted the tweet in which they previously announced the date of the event. She also did not give any information about a new date. In the event of delays or postponements, the press is usually informed. Nothing was known this time. Now that makes you think. What impact will this have on the Galaxy S22? Is the Exynos still not ready to integrate Samsung’s new top-of-the-line model?

Samsung came to rest and said that nothing serious is happening either in terms of performance or production. It also confirmed that the Exynos 2200 comes with the Samsung Galaxy S22.

Exynos 2200

The reason for the public statement that there is no problem is mainly due to a rumor. There has been a lot of talk about global models being able to rely on a Snapdragon chipset.

Indeed, the inclusion of Qualcomm’s new chipset in all models is a real possibility. Speaking of which leakster South Korean Dohyun Kim also revealed that the Galaxy S22 range will arrive in all markets with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. What will really happen now, only time will tell.

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