Samsung GALAXY S22: Very bad news for Romania too

Samsung GALAXY S22 procesoare

The Samsung GALAXY S22 is the next generation of mobile phones that Samsung will launch for customers all over the world, but unfortunately for Romania, we are talking about bad news. It seems that even in the Samsung GALAXY S22 series, Exynos chipsets will be used in Europe, while in most of the world, the phones will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 chipset, which is the most advanced made by the American company.

However, the Samsung GALAXY S22 comes with a very serious change in terms of processors this year, and this is because, unlike in previous years, Koreans will not be using Exynos chips in most of the world. The Samsung GALAXY S22 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 chipset will be delivered in all markets outside of Europe, and it remains the only European continent where Exynos 2200 chips will be used in the phones that will be sold.

Samsung GALAXY S22: Very bad news for Romania too

The Samsung GALAXY S22 will make a very serious surprise for fans around the world with this very important change, but of course for Europeans the news is very bad with this decision. Very few people expected the Samsung GALAXY S22 to come with Exynos chips in Europe either, despite rumors of abandoning their manufacturing, but even fewer expected the new Snapdragon chips to reach anywhere in the world, except in Europe.

The Samsung GALAXY S22 will perform much better on the Qualcomm chip version than on the Exynos chip version, as we’ve seen time and time again with models launched in the past. Now things won’t be any different because there’s no way, Samsung knows very well that many customers who buy a Samsung GALAXY S22 won’t be happy using Exynos chips instead of Qualcomm, but that’s the case for now.

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The Samsung GALAXY S22 will be launched in the early part of 2022, most likely in January, so we don’t have much to look forward to and we’ll find out all the news until then.

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