Samsung is hoping to sell more than 30 million units of the Galaxy S22 series next year. This is part of the plans to reclaim its market share from Xiaomi. With the sales number up, Samsung is hoping to grab 28% of the phone market next year.

To break it down, a new report has suggested that the company hope to sell, 14 million units of the standard Galaxy S22 and 8 million units of Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

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Galaxy S22 Ultra renders

We earlier reported that Samsung is planning to produce more than 334 Million smartphones in 2022. Increasing production also means target to increase sales.

One way the Korean Tech giant is planning to achieve these huge sales by increasing color options for these smartphones. The company will also be including more features to its smartphones to make it more appealing to users.

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From previous leaks and renders, the Samsung Galaxy S22 could feature a 6.0-inches and the S22+ to features a 6.55-inches AMOLED display. The Galaxy S22 Ultra might come with a 6.81-inches AMOLED display with 108MP main camera.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Launch Date

According to @IceUniverse on Weibo, the Galaxy S22 series is expected to debut globally on February 8th 2022. Sales is expected to begin 10 days later (February 18th).

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There is however no known date for the launch of this device in China yet. But going by previous launch dates, the Global launch and China launch dates won’t be far apart.

Galaxy S22 camera details

IceUniverse also stated that both the Galaxy S22 and S22+ will features a triple rear camera setup; a 50MP main camera, 10MP telephoto, and 12MP ultra-wide lens. While the Galaxy S22 Ultra will features a quad rear camera set up; a 108MP main camera, a 10MP telephoto, a 10MP periscope lens, and a 12MP ultra-wide lens.

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What do you think? Will Samsung be able to sell more than 30 million units of the Galaxy S22 series globally in 2022? Tell us your opinion in the comment section below.

Source | In Chinese

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