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The mystery surrounding Samsung’s upcoming device announcements deepens. To be honest, the rumors and leaks situation has become so perplexing and intriguing that if it all turns out to be remotely, intentionally orchestrated by Samsung, some sort of reward is in order. So, without further ado, here’s what we’re currently dealing with.
As far as we know, the next Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on August 11, where we can expect to see the Galaxy S22 lineup, as well as possibly the Tab S8 lineup. Everyone in the industry has been working under the assumption that, like last year, we can expect a vanilla Galaxy S22, an S22+, and an S22 Ultra.
The majority of the leaks have even come with matching trios of specs, such as display sizes and battery capacities, colour options, and even fairly accurate, alleged size comparisons to the iPhone 13. All of this, of course, assumes the existence of vanilla, plus, and ultra.
Then there’s the latest rumour, which claims that the S22 Ultra will include an S Pen and even an internal slot for it, just like the Galaxy Note. Rumours are even backed up by alleged renders. That’s strange. Then there’s OnLeaks, who points out that the Galaxy S22+ renders he received and shared with the world were actually labelled as “S22 Pro.” This is also strange.
Another Twitter industry insider claims to have the full storey, which allegedly revolves around ongoing internal naming debates at Samsung. It appears that a renaming is being considered. One that would turn the model we were expecting to be the Galaxy S22+ into the S22 Pro while also transforming the S22 Ultra into the Note22 Ultra. The source goes on to say that this is a relatively new development that is still being considered, which unfortunately means that Samsung did not entirely and deliberately orchestrate the confusion.
The entire situation, if we choose to believe in it, raises some other valid questions, such as what will become of the Note line and its future. If Samsung merges it with the Galaxy S line, why keep the Note name? Will it all come down to the timing of the release? Similarities in device tooling, mould, and feature? But, on the other hand, why give up the Note name, as well as its legacy and established marketing? Alternatively, could the most recent batch of renders and leaks, which we assumed were for the S22 Ultra, have actually been for a Note device all along? Your guess is as good as ours, but we’re having a great time!