Following reports claiming the Samsung Galaxy S22 will include the company's newest ray-tracing capable Exynos mobile processor, the price list for most of the new series' models has now leaked.
WinFuture's Roland Quandt revealed the pricing of seven versions of Samsung's forthcoming smartphone, including their RAM and storage sizes, on Twitter. The S22 will have 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, according to the leaker, at a price tag of €850 EUR (approximately $963 USD), with the S22+ having 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for €1,050 EUR (approximately $1,189 USD). The Galaxy S22 Pro will cost €900 EUR (approximately $1,024 USD) – the same as its predecessor – with similar memory capacities.
The Galaxy S22 Lite is expected to feature a 5.8-inch screen along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal memory, costing €600 EUR (approximately $680 USD) and €700 Euro (approximately $805 USD), respectively. The last two units, the S22+ 5G and S22 5G will carry 12GB of RAM like their more expensive siblings but less storage capacity at 256GB for both, according to the leak.
Apple Inc said on Wednesday it has received court approval to pay $4.6 billion in an interest-bearing escrow account while it appeals a jury's award of $539 million to Qualcomm Inc. In 2017, a San Diego federal jury found that Apple owed the sum to Qualcomm for infringing six of its patents related to helping mobile phones get better battery life.Samsung Electronics a leading mobile phone maker in Korea, announced on Monday an agreement with telecommunications service provider SK Telecom to release a 5G-compatible smartphone in the first half of this year. Samsung said it has joined hands with the nation's largest mobile carrier to develop a new-generation smartphone that can deliver a speedier network connection by incorporating the fifth-generation telecommunications technology. The South Korean tech giant has been working on speeding up connectivity between smartphones and LTE base stations, which will be eventually replaced by another next-generation telecommunications standard, known as 5G.