There still isn’t much clarity as to when Samsung will unveil the upcoming Galaxy S22 series. For the past several years the schedule looked like this: a Galaxy Unpacked event in February and a launch in March.
According to unconfirmed information, this year the Unpacked event will be in February, but the launch will be pulled forward and will also take place in February. No time to lose then and Samsung is checking the final preparations off its to-do list. Earlier today we saw the SM-S908U pass through the FCC, now there is a support page for this model on Samsung.com.
Specifically, the sub-site for China. The S908U is the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, though the actual marketing name may be “S22 Note” instead of Ultra. Unfortunately, the support page doesn’t confirm (nor deny) this rumor.
We also found support pages for the SM-S901U and SM-S906U, aka the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. Note that “U” denotes a US model, so these really don’t belong on Samsung China (the models for China end with “0”).
From benchmarks spotted a couple of days ago, we know that the US models (U) and the Korean ones (N) will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The international model is most likely getting the Exynos 2200 instead.
Anyway, before the Galaxy S22 series arrives, there is another important launch – the Galaxy S21 FE. The support pages for that one went up months ago, then they were pulled down, now they are back up again.