Samsung Galaxy S22 price leak points to price hike from Galaxy S21 series

A leaker outlines how much the Samsung Galaxy S22 will cost when it arrives in February

Samsung Galaxy S22
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The leaks are coming thick and fast for the Samsung Galaxy S22, sure to be one of the best phones in the world when it arrives on February 8

The update to the Samsung Galaxy S21 is expected to be even better – if that's even possible – with an updated processor and GPU, faster RAM, a slighter smaller 6- or 6.1-inch display, improved cameras, and updated S-Pen support.

And now, finally, we have some idea of how much the Galaxy S22 and other new Samsung devices will cost, thanks to Twitter leaker @chunvn8888.

The pricing – $899 for the S22, rising to $1,099 for the S22+ and $1,299 for the S22 Ultra – makes a lot of sense and would position the S22 range in-line with previous Samsung Galaxy S21 and Apple's iPhone 13 (albeit a little more expensive).

@chunvn8888 also gives us new insights into Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy Tab 8, which have estimated prices of under $850 for the Tab 8, $900-$1,000 for the Tab 8+, and over $1,100 for the Tab 8 Ultra.

We're getting excited 

Samsung consistently produces the best Android phones around and the arrival of the S22 is akin to the forthcoming iPhone 14, which could feature a new "pill" notch design.

You can read more about Samsung Galaxy S22 release date, prices, and specs ahead of the event, which is expected on February 8, with pre-orders opening the next day and devices shipping towards the end of the month.

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