Many reports have stated that Samsung has already started work on the next-generation Galaxy S-series devices – Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra. And the reports can be partly believed considering that Samsung has cultivated the habit of unveiling new smartphones at the beginning of the year.
Meanwhile, the reports further mentioned that the South Korean tech giant would probably launch the Samsung S-series smartphones in February instead of January.
Surprisingly, the color options of the upcoming Samsung S-series have surfaced online. And it appears that the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus smartphones will arrive in five color variants: White, Pink, Black, Green, and Gold, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra will debut in Black, White, Green, and Dark Red.
Remember that Samsung will make the various color options of the Galaxy S22 series available in all regions, but some color hues may be exclusive to specific locations. And there’s no news yet on the region exclusive color options of the next-gen Galaxy S-series.
Regarding production, a recent prediction by Ross Young says that Samsung will begin mass production of the Galaxy S22 series in the first week of December. If the forecast is accurate, Samsung will need more time to produce enough smartphones in the upcoming series.
The late production seems to justify the need for Samsung to postpone the launch time frame from the usual January to February. The mass production of the present Galaxy S21 series began in late October 2020, which is probably why the company was able to meet up with the January launch window.