To avoid component breaks for its S22 Ultra, Samsung would ignore the Galaxy S22 FE

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Samsung has been used to releasing a “Fan Edition” version of its high-end smartphones for several years, but the South Korean giant could skip this model in 2022.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

  • All
  • 128 GB
  • 256 GB
  • 512 GB
  • All
  • 128 GB
  • 256 GB
  • 512 GB
  • Rakuten

    999.99

  • Amazon stockAmazon stock

    1,011,30

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,080.00

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,144.99

  • AmazonAmazon

    1,149.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    1,149.00

  • baker.combaker.com

    1,149.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,199.00

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,222.90

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,259.00

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,266.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,267.90

  • eBayeBay

    1,271.98

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,339.90

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,003.00

  • Amazon stockAmazon stock

    1,011,30

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,080.00

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,144.99

  • AmazonAmazon

    1,149.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    1,149.00

  • baker.combaker.com

    1,149.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,199.00

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,222.90

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,259.00

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,266.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,267.90

  • eBayeBay

    1,271.98

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,339.90

  • RakutenRakuten

    999.99

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,115.00

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,222.90

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,242.99

  • AmazonAmazon

    1,246.51

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,299.00

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,359.00

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,366.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,367.90

  • eBayeBay

    1,373.98

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    2,339.98

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,215.99

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,220.00

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,400.90

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,439.00

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,466.89

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,467.89

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    2,678.00

This is how the price table works

Since the Galaxy S20 series, Samsung has embarked on releasing an alternative version, called “Fan Edition”, which is supposed to bring together the best from that mobile at a lower price. An initiative which has also been very successful for the company, which has had great success with the Galaxy S20 FE and S21 FE. Although we expected to see a similar model to the latest Galaxy S22 series, it probably won’t.

The Galaxy S21 FE should not have a successor.

The Galaxy S21 FE should not have a successor.

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According to the South Korean newspaper The electric, Samsung would have decided to stop the development of the Galaxy S22 FE in favor of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Information to be taken with a grain of salt, but which seems quite plausible, especially since the sources for SamMobile, which also provoked the abandonment of the S22 FE a few weeks ago, agree.

Change in logistics

In fact, the FE version should have the same SoC as its big brother: the Exynos 2200. But the success of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and the semiconductor crisis would have caused the company to change its strategy for the year in classes. It originally planned to produce 3 million Galaxy S22 FEs, but the SoCs and logistics could eventually be used to support the production of the Ultra model. Samsung hopes to sell 10 million units in total.

In its projections for 2023, the South Korean intends to sell even more of its large-format model compatible with the S-Pen. He hopes to sell up to 13 million Galaxy S23 Ultra against 8.5 million “standard” Galaxy S23. The “Plus” version would end the march with a forecast of 6.5 million units sold.

The end of the FE area?

This decision does not mean the end of the “Fan Edition” versions. Samsung would like to produce up to 3 million Galaxy S23 FE, the same number as originally planned for Galaxy S22 FE. In fact, it would seem unwise to part with a model that is appreciated by fans of the brand, which often makes it possible to talk about the selection again several months after its release.

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