Samsung Galaxy S22 series pre-orders crosses 70K mark in just 12 hours in India
Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 in India. The Galaxy S22 Ultra combines the iconic S-Pen with the unparalleled power of the Note series and the pro-grade camera and S series performance to set a new standard for premium smartphones.
Built with an eco-conscious design, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ feature dynamic cameras with sophisticated intelligent image processing to make them shine every moment.
And now, Samsung Galaxy S22 series set a new flagship record in India, with the company garnering 70,000 pre-bookings within 12 hours. Pre-booking of the Galaxy S22 series in India starts from 23rd February.
Samsung India offering an exclusive deal on Galaxy S22 series!
Customers pre-booking Galaxy S22 Ultra will get Galaxy Watch4 worth INR 26999 at just INR 2999. Customers pre-booking Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 will get Galaxy Buds2 worth INR 11999 at INR 999.
Additionally, Galaxy S22 series customers will get an upgrade bonus of INR 8000 while other device holders will get an upgrade bonus of INR 5000. Alternatively, customers who choose to purchase these devices through Samsung Finance+ can pay up to INR 5000 cashback can be obtained.
- Samsung Galaxy S22: Pre-book Now
Customers in India can pre-book their Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 from February 23 to March 10 at leading retail outlets, Samsung exclusive stores, Samsung online store, and Amazon.in. from February 23 to March 10. Galaxy S22 Series will go on sale from March 11, 2022.
“We are grateful to our consumers for the overwhelming response to the new Galaxy S22 series. Pre-Orders for Galaxy S22 series are extremely encouraging and we are committed to getting these devices to our customers as early as possible,” said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director and Head of Product Marketing, Samsung India.
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Official in India drains dam to find his Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is a stunning smartphone, no doubt. Think once if you mistakenly lost your phone in a reservoir, what you will do? Naturally, one would get disappointed and go ahead to purchase another model, but, an official in India did something that is unimaginable.
The love for the device reportedly pushed an official in India to drain part of the reservoir (AKA dam) to retrieve his Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which he had lost at the location. Shortly after, the local government suspended him from the job of food inspector.
According to The Indian Express report, Rajesh Vishwas was picnicking with friends at Paralkot reservoir in Chhattisgarh State in India, where he dropped his Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra into the dam. As it was a $1200 smartphone, the man decided to get it back by draining the entire dam.
Watch | A food inspector posted in #Chhattisgarh Kanker district was suspended after he drained out around 21 lakh litres of water from a reservoir next to a dam to fish out his recently-bought Samsung phone. pic.twitter.com/jXWzwfGSI3
— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) May 26, 2023
Firstly, some villagers he knew spent two days diving in the dam to get the phone back, Mr. Vishwas told The Indian Express. When it didn’t work, he rented a diesel pump and drained about three feet of water over another two days, which was enough to irrigate 1,500 acres of farmland.
After all, Mr. Vishwas managed to retrieve his phone back this past week, but in an unusable state. However, He told The Indian Express that news reports of his phone-retrieval operation had been greatly exaggerated. He also said the Paralkot reservoir was not used for irrigation.
Ms. Shukla, a district magistrate in the area, said that “local farmers did rely on it to irrigate their fields. He will face consequences for draining the water, and this won’t be tolerated.”
Image – NYTimes
Samsung SM-S919O spotted running Exynos 2300 with 9 Core CPU
Samsung is working on the Exynos 2400 chipset to launch the next-gen flagships with a multi-chip strategy. Meanwhile, a mysterious Samsung device SM-S919O equipped with an alleged Exynos 2300 processor surfaced on Geekbench.
According to the info, the Exynos 2300 AP with 9 Core (1+4+4) CPU has now appeared in a mysterious Samsung device carrying model number SM-S919O. It’s noteworthy that this chipset is said to have a semi-design based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture for its GPU.
In its Machine Learning test on Geekbench, the Samsung device scored 456 points, which isn’t too impressive. The chip is paired with Android 13 OS, 8GB of RAM with the main core clocked at 2.6GHz, 4 performance cores clocked at 2.59GHz and 4 efficiency cores clocked at 1.82GHz.
It is reported that the Google Tensor G3 chip will adopt a “1+4+4” CPU architecture. The CPU is a Cortex-X3 high-performance core with a main frequency of 3.09GHz, four ARM Cortex-A715 performance cores with a running frequency of 2.65GHz, and four An ARM Cortex-A510 efficiency core running at 2.10GHz.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE to miss Snapdragon AP
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is reportedly coming later this year or in early 2024. The company has already started software development and a new rumor talks about possible chipset installation. Tipster claims that Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will use Exynos AP rather than Snapdragon.
According to tipster @Tech_Reve, Samsung could equip Galaxy S23 FE with Exynos 2200 AP, which debuted with the Galaxy S22 series last year, rather than Snapdragon. It’s a premium chipset on paper and is affected by performance and overheating problems in practice.
It looks like Samsung is considering Exynos 2200 over a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC to maintain price. However, it will significantly affect the sales of the upcoming Fan Edition smartphone as consumers are well aware of flaws that surfaced in the Galaxy S22 lineup.
Earlier, it was reported that the company may fuel its next FE model with Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, the same as the Z Flip 4 and Fold 4. Meanwhile, some Korean reports also say that new Exynos 2200 chips are better than those installed in S22 line as Samsung improved the process technology.
S23 FE definitely uses Exynos 2200 https://t.co/fRLeTwff7F
— Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) May 27, 2023
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